Oceanside III (falling)
And I wanted to fall in love
with the girl who walked past me
on the edge of the gulf
in a red vinyl jacket
that flew in the wind
her legs bare,
her wind-blown hair
gently caressing her neck
Jon Bohrn (1998)

Oceanside V (Leann)
She’s the goddess on the terrace
overlooking the beach.
clad in glorious skin
and small items of clothing,
she’ll grace her recliner
in princesslike splendor
and looks down at me:
her piercing gray eyes
(which I’m sure could launch
the countless armadas of Sea-Doos
behind us, criss-crossing the waves),
protected by the darkest of shades,
as she watches me wallow in sand.
So I look up at her with my most earnest eyes,
and daringly flash her a smile,
and she’ll turn and just look on away.
Jon Bohrn (1998)

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Oceanside VII (Vanessa)
She’s the soft sultry kitten,
romping at play on the beach;
braces-smile,
she’s dazzling devastation --
her long auburn hair
(flowing in waves like the surf that she graces)
plays hide and seek with a face
boys and men won’t forget very soon.
Usually seen dressed in black,
even if here on the beach
it’s not much that she wears,
and her choices de-jour of undress
will give the old men
heart attacks...
Jon Bohrn (1998)

 

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