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This poem was written in Hawaii while looking out on the deep blue ocean. This poem is written about a young lover in search of his other half, yet cannot find them.

Lost Lover's Beach

Though I gaze at distant waters
Moon shining up above
Walking along the shoreline
Envisioning your touch upon my hand
Missing you, as you're not here
Grasp white sand
It blows with the breeze
Starts sparkling along the coastline
Lighting up the ocean bright
Longing for your sweet smell
Can find no substitute
Wishing your arms around me
Hoping for one sweet kiss
Look around both sides of me
Sigh, maybe somewhere else
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4 Visitor Comments

I loved this poem. I can feel the ocean breeze on my face while reading this. I feel alive like I am back in Hawaii. This poem made me feel Hawaii again and showed me how lucky I am to have been to such a heavenly place by feeling it.
she is somewhere out there just have faith and dont give up life will give you someone and you will be happy. god bless and good luck nick.
i thought that it was a good pome and tuching. i have felt like that be for towds a guy and think you shoud do more

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