I ran across the beach
‘Panting’, on barefoot, I-
Stopped, stared and sat down.
The crimson red at water edge
Vanished in to thin air.
Laughing out a dimple face
Unconsciously twirling a strand
Then looking up an embarrassed smile,
Those demure eyes for a moment – I linger.
Crashing waves thundered my ears
The song of ocean murmurs in unison
Birds in daylong voice singing
Gliding’ upwards in melodious harmony
Quiet a delight, I could hear…
Lying flat on white grains
Breathing in salty ocean scent
Glowing mushy in purple hue
Haphazardly watching the shore purple,
I still smell the summer blooms.
What else I need more?
An hour of gentle caress and comfort!
Leaving behind a trail to the shore
Riding along the rolling waves
Sweep to interrupt the first sign of
Butterfly dance in rhythm of my heart.
Am I turning purple?
Cause, ‘Love is in air’!