Life’s a Beach
Only in Summer...
I love beaches—they love me,
The two of us are friends, you see,
And sitting on a beach is swell,
With water, warm. And sand as well.
But here in Canada, you’ll find,
(Our attitude is quite resigned)
In winter, there’s not much allure…
It’s a matter of the temperature.
The sun may look all warm and bright,
It welcomes with its cheerful sight,
But step outside, you realize,
It’s fooled your summer-seeking eyes.
And sitting on the beach like that,
With swimming suit and shady hat,
Is just an invitation to,
Turn you a pretty frozen blue.
And diving in the waters? Well,
It’d cause from me a painful yell,
And scurrying for someplace warm,
To keep my tender bits from harm.
So, if upon a beach I’d sit,
In beach attire, on sand sunlit,
If I’d like to retain a pulse…
I’d better head for ‘someplace else’!
Photo Credit: Karen of bakinginatornado.com
Cause Mondays do get knocked a lot,
With poetry, we all besought
To try to make the week begin
With gentle thoughts,
Perhaps a grin?
So Karen, Charlotte, Mimi, me
Have crafted poems for you to see.
And now you’ve read what we have wrought…
Did we help?
Or did we not?
Next week, it’s praises we will sing,
The thing that we like best ‘bout SPRING!
Thinking of joining us for Poetry Monday?
We'd love to welcome you!
Topics for the next few weeks...
The ocean or beach (From Mimi) (April 26) TODAY!
The best thing about spring (From Mimi) (May 3)
Lost Sock Memorial Day. (May 10)
The anniversary of the patent of the rubber band. (May 17)
Favorite breakfast (May 24)
Memorial Day (May 31)
Best Friends Day (from June 8) (June 7)
Monkey Around Day (June 14)
Fathers (June 21)
Bubbles (June 28)