Love Poems About Sand Dollar or Sand Dollar Love Poems
by Christine A Kysely |
Categories: introspection, love, nature, philosophy

Value of Nature

value of nature

what is a sand dollar worth?

can it buy you love?

(February 5, 2011 Wausau, Wisconsin)

(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved

by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: flower, garden, giggle, hello, rain, summer, uplifting,


Quote By Poet "The faces of pretty flowers will brighten anyone's day."
Here in a lovely garden we sit,
growing very close-knit.
Our faces of pretty color,
are bigger than a sand dollar.
We love to get a kiss from the rain,
makes our growing not feel in vein.
The bees came by to say hello,
they give us a big glow.
It is said we are an annual plant,
we are loved by the owner's aunt.
Shout out loud and proclaim,
Zinnia is our name.

by Jo Bien |
Categories: confusion


the crescent moon shines on the sand
the tide washes on the beach
my lover and I walk hand in hand
on all that used to be

a sand dollar that is broken
lays underneath my feet
and days gone by rest resolutely
on tides that softly sweep

many days pass quickly
tides ebb and they will flow
and memories of yesterday
will come and they will go

on a sandy deserted beach
love falters out at sea
and tides of passion bring them back
on all that used to be