A Walk Along the Shore

A Walk Along the Shore

A Poem by Debra Stevens Edwards (debby)





A Walk Along the Shore

The stars twinkle brightly in the midnight sky.
While I walk this beach alone asking God just why.

Where is my partner my lover and my best friend.
The one I can count on, one on whom I can depend.

Then I look and as If he was the answer to my prayer.
I saw a bronze Adonis Quietly answering my stare.

I murmur oh I'm sorry I didn't mean... He's smiling.
I can't say a word, or find one thought worth thinking.

I was lost in that smile and the beauty in his eyes.
I had found another soul was searching, with honesty not lies.

Together we walked along the shore, as he took my hand.
He kissed each finger tip so gently in love and not demand.

We decided to have coffee and talk for a little while.
Each new chapter only leads us to share many a smile.

He said don't worry my love we have a life time to share.
He opened the door, kissed my cheek and left me standing there...


© 2009 Debra Stevens Edwards (debby)

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Debra Stevens Edwards (debby)
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Added on June 16, 2009
Last Updated on June 16, 2009


Debra Stevens Edwards (debby)
Debra Stevens Edwards (debby)

Long Beach, CA

I am a single parent of six daughters. I write as a release of emotions I'm feeling. At times I write to entertain my girls or just because I have something to say. My goal is to publish a book of .. more..