Kona O'Shay

Kona O'Shay

A Chapter by Dave Brown
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sunny day

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Kona O’Shay went on a sunny day

To the beach with his paddle board

And through the spray of a salty way

Seaward he then oared

 

Neath the sights of gooney flights

He paddled the coral sea

Joined by a pod of playful porpoise

Who dove and danced carefree

 

The way was clear with porpoise near

And he paddled till late night

Which became his last human day

As he joined gooneys birds in flight

 

Palm trees sway beside tropic seas

Coconut crabs crawl cross sands

But the strangest thing, I’ve ever seen

Is a Gooney bird with a paddle in two hands



© 2020 Dave Brown


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Your title on this one caught me. Kind of a mythic name. I will say, when it’s my time to transform from human to the next thing, I wouldn’t mind at all taking Kona’s route. Becoming the bird and still getting to keep the paddle. Could be fun. Always enjoy your playful poems, Dave. You’re a great storyteller.

Posted 8 Months Ago


Dave Brown

8 Months Ago

And we'd be able to fly away from all this smoke
Well, maybe??
Eilis

8 Months Ago

A definite advantage to having wings. Hopefully they are built for long distance flight.
Dave Brown

8 Months Ago

( LOL )
Hello Dave a fun write from your pen. Good to see when everything else is so depressing at the moment. Hope you are having a happy weekend.

Chris

Posted 11 Months Ago


Dave Brown

11 Months Ago

I just visited you and read about the grapevine which made me realize that I never hear a thing abou.. read more
Chris

11 Months Ago

It is peeing down with rain here my friend. Not only that it has been cold. However we are thankful .. read more
A nice little playful piece. :)
I'm spending the weekend at the cottage with my daughter and we've just been out on the paddleboards. No porpoise or gooney birds however.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Dave Brown

11 Months Ago

Count your blessings A Papaya!
(and at least 4 here)
I have neither cottage, paddleboa.. read more
Ana Papaya

11 Months Ago

Usually its bats that fly by at night.
Maybe a loon. :)

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