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Sun Bathing

Larsen M. Callirhoe

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Larsen M. Callirhoe

Sun Bathing


I wake up and go to the beach.

To me it is

the most relaxing place on Earth.


I love watching half naked women sun bathe.

I also love the breeze on my half naked body.


I would gp to the beach just to watch women

rub sun screen lotion all over their bodies.

I would fantasize that it was me caressing

their lovely grand bodies.


I feel the air on my body at the beach

and the sweat of my loins cool me off.


I listen to the waves coming and going

out to sea

Crashing on the shoreline.


I remember my youth

And all the pretty women

I used to flirt with.


I would tan and get real dark.

My philosophy has changed somewhat.

I now would rather be white as snow

and stay out of the sun.


I would also now prefer a women

who is not tan

And is white.


It is amazing how age

changes your perspective

On such issues.

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Hi Larsen



a touch of eroticism crashes in mind while passing holiday in lovely peaceful beach.



In Asia and other part of the world, peace has gone due to terrorism outbreaks, and i have a doubt coming future may not gift us such a beautiful holiday in the beach!


Ahhhhhhh............forget the complexity.....let's enjoy the lovely naked bodies...............



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Hi vic,



I like how you link the rise and fall of the waves to your own emotions and perceptions of romance, fun and attraction of women on the beach. There's also a sense of passing time in the way your poem closes on a thoughtful note that your perspective has changed.


I also like the diary/journal-entry tone of your poem .






Even a single enemy is too many and a thousand friends too few - Bhutanese saying.

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I like how the poem toggles between present-past-present-past and ends with a declaration which kind of grounds it in reality.


Should I post a picture of me, surrounded by beautiful women, at the beach? icon_rolleyes.gif Nah ... you don't wanna see me in my speedo! icon_razz.gif


Tony icon_smile.gif

Here is a link to an index of my works on this site: tonyv's Member Archive topic

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Victor dear, I enjoyed reading this poem. It have some hidden passion and eroticism. The poem goes slow and peacefully - I love that way. The point of the poem is also good and real.

I love this poem Victor.


And Tony :D, I want to see you in speedo affraid.gificon_twisted.gif :D. If you post, maybe somebody else will post too icon_biggrin.png heh. Definitely post a picture with you and some babes next to you icon_biggrin.png ;).

Ah you dangler... icon_biggrin.png


Vic thank you for wonderful reading.



The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth - Jean Cocteau

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I particularly like the change in the last three stanzas, which carries a sense of maturity, of being settled down.





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another gem....the one thing that stands out is your use of perspective.

I smiled at the " get real dark' line....

ahhhhhhh the ocean.....nice thought in winter-time

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Larsen M. Callirhoe

thanks everyone for commenting on this one. johnathan i used to live in south florida and went to the beach an average of at least once a month foor at least four or five years. i went at night allot to south beach to see the festive mood and party goers. ah the beautiful women.


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