Come Away with Me
I wish you could come away with me,
along the beach shore.
As, the waves come crashing down and
the cool water touches our feet.
Wanting everything to feel so complete.
Only, hoping we get to watch the perfect sunset,
Never seen before.
Seeing a image that we can only savor this very moment, and to
enclosed in our embrace.
As, we watch the fading of the sun rays.
We are seeing that there is no better place.
Walking the sun-warmed beaches,
Until a feeling of the evening’s chill
within promises that stand still.
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