Life’s a Beach – Aloha (form: Pantoum)


“Aloha”

I cast my flower in Aloha sea.
I want to leave the soul of me behind;
Upon that beach, where, left in memory,
beloved glances from your eyes divine.

I want to leave the soul of me behind;
forever run along that sandy stretch,
beloved glances from your eyes divine
as bright, as shining harbor waters fetch.

Forever run along that sandy stretch;
the two of us remaining, free and wild
as bright, as shining harbor waters fetch.
So did we play as children for awhile.

The two of us remaining, free and wild;
perhaps we’re never forced to say goodbye.
So did we play as children for awhile
where,  never slows infinity of sighs.

Perhaps we’re never forced to say goodbye
upon that beach, where, left in memory;
where, never slows infinity of sighs.
I cast my flower in Aloha sea.

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