Summer Breeze

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The palm trees sway in the summer breeze,
Lowering my stress, now released in ease.
The salt air flows; and enters my senses,
The sleepy sunset; lowering my defenses.

Anchored sail boats; rocking like a mother,
The child in me drifts, tide being my cover.
The horizon like an eyelid; closes its sight,
The wispy orange clouds; outline the night.

The first stars to appear; begin to wink at me,
As if to say, we guard and also love the sea!
Here I find solitude in the sand on my knees,
Thanking my Lord, I can feel a summer breeze!

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