On The Beach with Mom and Dad

The sun streams down on the sandy beach
We scurry along, burning our tender feet
Decked out in bathing suits, sunglasses and floppy hats
We lay out our towels on the huge litter box for cats
The water looks so calm as it washes up on shore
We think to ourselves, "Who could ask for anything more?"
I want to take a dip, but first sunscreen must be smothered
We aren't allowed in until we're completely covered
Finally, we leap on in and swim around
The water is so cold, making us run back out and collect shells that are everywhere to be found
Mommy lays down, working on her tan
While daddy and I make a castle out of sand
The sun goes down, the people are clearing
But we'll be back, never fearing.
 

The End

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