The dawn of life

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3. Poem 2

Wave upon wave it violently pounds

Against the tiny beach littered with golden sand

Gently sprinkled from the heavens, cloaked by the mist,

Each shining more brillantly than before

A challenge set for the rising sun 

The loser will no longer radiate but be turned black

Cast away from all beauty

The sun has the advantage of heat ever blazing

The beach with its' cool waters always reaching

One may blacken slightly but never whole

Ongoing for eternity

Till the tides turn from blue to red



By: Breanne Smith


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