By: Alden Olguin
The waves crash onto the shore,
splashing bits of water onto my legs,
as I hide my toes beneath the silky sand.
And glare into the sky watching seagulls flip and turn and tremble.
Out in the sea I can see the broad ships in the vast distance,
getting bigger and bigger as they sail towards the shore.
The sparkling sun lies itself upon the the top of the sea as if it were a blanket.
Then the sun drowns beneath the sea,
And the waves calmed down as if they were put in to a deep sleep,
leaving nothing but the darkness and the salty aroma throughout the beach.