Life’s a Beach
I dream of summertime when I can bask
In the bright sun with sunscreen like a mask,
With soothing ocean, feeling fine and free
And build a castle, on a bended knee.
I think of days gone in this life of mine,
Adventure, victories, some not so fine.
I’ve wandered in this world confused and lost
And strove for sparkling dreams at a great cost.
It hasn’t been so bad here on the whole.
I’ve never grown accustomed to my role.
My life enriched by people that I meet,
Through problems, won’t succumb to dark defeat.
Those times I spend alone on sunny shoreWill strengthen me to live this life some more.