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  As the Wind Blows in Aruba
by Sara Coslett
Wednesday, February 26, 2003


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Snuba and scuba
Both rhyme with Aruba
And they are about the only sane places to be
On the island of Aruba in the Caribbean Sea
An island so far south that it never gets hurricanes
Hahahahaha, too bad the winds blow constantly on the glass panes
Gale force winds all day, all night
Hold the pillow over my head tight
Whistling air nearly drove us insane
Keeping the sand out of my mango daiquiris was really a pain
Winds continuously blowing so so strong
My curly hair straightened out and became long
Forget reading on the beach
Only if you like spitting sand out of your teeth
Even diving was a chore
Currents pulling you away from shore
Swim harder, harder, harder still
Muscles all achy now, help give me a pill
Visibility was at best only about 20 feet
But the wreck of Antilla is 100 feet deep
Jumped off the catamaran anyway
Palm Pleasure she was called on that sunny day
Seconds later the current ripped off my mask
Leaving me with just the silcone strap in my grasp
Hold onto to the rope, the ladder, anything
Who the hell picked this island vacation ding a ling ling
Oh it was me
My annual call to the sea
Next time I want an ocean vacation
Iíll be checking the wind velocity of that island nation

P.S. - That is an actual picture I took of the Antilla wreck.



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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/6/2005
Sara,

How did I miss this one? Dang. Comes vividly to mind as I experience...yes, that's the one...your words. Each sense is scintillated and delighted to be included...sigh!

Beautiful picture...I MISS THE CARRIBEAN!!!!!!!!!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 3/2/2003
This was great! Loving your style of poetry here!

Excellent,

Reindeer
Reviewed by Birdie Houston 2/26/2003
How darling !
Reviewed by A PAX 2/26/2003
great!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/26/2003
A super write and picture, I like your adventure wind and all, excellent write took me there...lucky you being away anywhere;-)gung ho super girl!...;-)
Reviewed by Gaye Dale (Reader) 2/26/2003
Super Girl you need to come to New Zealand!
We think this is God's paradise on earth. In fact I've heard it said that He took a little bit of all the most beautiful places in the world and quietly hid them away in New Zealand!
A great smile to the start of my day - Thanks! Oh and if you've time, take a look at www.purenz.com/shocked.cfm
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/26/2003
Hi super girl glad to see you here...come to south africa next time I can promise you good weather......hehehehe....great picture you took....and your write gave me a blow.....lol...did you get rid of the sand in your mouth......
Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Christine Morell 2/26/2003
I am transported there by your lovely poem. The photo is wonderful too.
Chrissie
Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader) 2/26/2003
I'll take the wind and sand any day over this %!#.*&%$.$!!snow.
Next time, Sara... take me with you...hehe.
-James
Reviewed by Morchuis 2/26/2003
Hi Super,
What did you expect, they pinched the tumbra from Africa, nice picture.-Morchuis
Reviewed by Erica Ivory 2/26/2003
Stunning picture.. stunning words.. You are super.. Super Girl.
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/26/2003
This is excellent work from you...one of ure best write!!!
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 2/26/2003
Could have told you that and saved you the trip, wrong time of year, and The Big El. Try Bermuda.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 2/26/2003
Sounds divine! I only have to walk down the road and into the deep blue sea....After reading this I feel like smimming now....only the great whites might chew me up in the dark....Again great poem...Ty, Dani
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