Sandy Toes and Salty Kisses, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz


Sandy Toes and Salty Kisses, Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

No word is said but both are listening
To the rolling of waves that kiss the shore.
The muted sun in the early morning
Cleared their minds and gave each mental vigor.

This was their quiet place, no problems solved,
Only energy of love was allowed.
So that greater feelings between evolved,
And love of each other would be avowed.

As the flight of an arrow walk was straight,
Being in the water and on the sand,
A sign of changing lives with unknown fate,
And that life may not go always as planned.

A quiet place is to share our wishes,
Get sandy toes and share salty kisses.


The painting is a Monet, it is one of many he did while visiting the small village in Normandy.  A nice place for sandy toes and salty kisses.

This place is not inspire this poem.  A friend was attending a beach wedding and posting a picture with the expression sand toes and salty kisses.  I just put a little meat on the bone



















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