The sun set down,
Bringing all the lights out,
We were the witnesses
Of the beautiful disaster.
Then there we sat on the sand
In the dark and quietness
I see your face through the moonlight,
Put your arms around my shoulder.
The rain come pouring
Hitting both of us,
You build us a shelter,
Keep me dry and warm.
We had a small talk
Over the past and future,
I can see sunrise in your eyes,
I smiled and kissed your cheek.
You are the waves,
Always brings me back to the shore,
I would swam away with the fish,
Sinking in the deep ocean of you.
The beach held many memories,
But you’re there through it all,
You and the beach have a pieces of me,
The only place that I can call home,
The one that stayed,
The things that I love most.
Taken from my fourth collection of poems – Rose-Colored Boy