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Ashton Gray

Abstract

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Ashton Gray

Abstract

The Sandy Beach

The Sandy Beach

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I stood on the sandy beach 

There wasn't anyone 

The waves touched my feet and retracted.

A rhythm


I don't like sandy beaches 

The sand gets on your clothes 

It is very hard to wash off 

I prefer rocky beaches 

Like the one I was at 

last time


I stepped into the water 

I didn't want to 

It felt like I had no choice 

I went on 

The water was touching my knees


The beach was now filled 

with people 

They called me back 

I was back on sand 

I was safe


The waves surged 

They touched my feet 

They covered my ankles 

The people didn't pay attention 

The water would retract 

And occasionally touch me

Was I safe? I think so 

No, I wasn't


There was a butterfly 

A butterfly shouldn't be at the beach 

It was beautiful 

It forced me to follow 

I followed 


There was no sand at my feet 

No water 

It was green 

I was at an orchard


It was amazing


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