>Ice Cream Aloha

>Patrick Adams recently left us this wonderful poem on our poetry page; which you are all welcome to add to at any time. Aloha, friends!

Ice Cream Aloha

Geek me here on this little beach
With thoughts of going beyond the reef
I select a few tunes, strike up my bands
What else to do here on these white sands?

Don’t need the bad press, I’m warm here and cuddly
Not like the rest, they act so fuddy-duddily
I compose and I send to my little friend
What I do next helps me contend
Ice cream aloha

I stay on this beach warm strong and demure
Through the weekend I casually endure
And where do I go where I feel secure?
Ice cream aloha

Escape be the artist relax from the poses
As all eyes ingest the world’s candy and roses
I wait here on this beach for all that it brings
Tides try to restore the natural order of things
And what’s in store for beach architecture?
The geek in me say’s nothing’s for sure
I know where to go to get my little cure
Ice cream aloha

copyright 7.4.08 ~ patrick d.adams ~ all rights reserved

Celebrating the Coastal Lifestyle

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About marierhoades

Beach bum, wife, mother, lover of dogs & cats. Editor of Sally Lee by the Sea, http://nauticalcottageblog.com, a beach cottage design & lifestyle website.
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3 Responses to >Ice Cream Aloha

  1. >This is a beautiful piece, perfect for summer. I gave you an award over at my blog. Don't worry about passing it on if awards aren't your thing. Just consider it a shout-out for your blog.

  2. bermudabluez says:

    >What a wonderful poem and I love the picture!!

  3. Smilin' Pat says:

    >aloha -thank you for such a beautiful posting!mahalo from "the beach"patrick

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