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Twilights Delights(Ousma's contest)

Poetry By: AemmaBella

I rewrote(and renamed) my poem Sunsets Cycle...because it sucked....big time lol. I hope you guys like this I might enter it the Nature poems contest a few others.

Submitted:Apr 8, 2011    Reads: 94    Comments: 6    Likes: 3   

It's that time of day, when the coast is serene, A soft sunset sinks slowly in the seas Warming the sand as it sits pristine, Concurrently warming the sea as it heaves. Early stars dot the sky, The sun dies as twilight replies. A tender breeze flows along, lifting the sand into twisting swirls, Floating like magic in dazzling curls, The mysterious sense of mother ashores. The scene of waves rushing on shore Is like no other scene you'd ever conceive.

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