A long beach full of pearly white sand and clear ocean water. Waves like a grizzled tongue from a great hound laps the grainy sand, eating it like succulent, tender peices of sugar. Children foot prints, animal tracks, and traces of lovers walking together along the beach indent the tender sand and dip little gullies and valleys into it only to be wiped clean either by the sea breeze or the hungry tongue of the sea. Close to the wall where the city streets begin are tall, tan sea grasses that sway and swish and sing in the gentle dancing wind, playing like sweet violens and clement cellos.
The beach's beauty in the day is only matched by its beauty at night when the great moon comes out to poor is light upon the sand, painting it pale blue in its grand light. The great beast of the ocean raises and attacks the sand higher up, pale water turned to liquid mercury in the frolicing light of the moon. Lovers come from far and wide to stroll the beach with the loves of their lives and many are engaged on that very beach in which is name for the moon. Tsuki.
Dedicated to: Yugi, my onee-san
Yugi, Yami, Phoenix
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