It's comparing the fishes swimming to flying and the ocean they live in as a sky. Her use of metaphor help describe more of her underwater world. I think Barbra Cadogan's A Diver's Paradise was a interesting read compared to lot of the other poem on the site. I personally enjoyed reading it. I think the poem good due to the fact that the purpose of the poem was to describe the ocean and the beauty inside of it Which think the author did a re great job doing.
The air is full of a fresh salty aroma and your skin feels sticky from the suns heat beaming down on you in all her glory. The warm breeze is blowing through your hair as it trickles down on your sun kissed skin from a day at the beach. The sun is setting on the horizon and the fun has come to an end. Or has it? You could become part of the hip club scene that carries on into the night or maybe deciding to escape into a magical mystery tour to a remote part of the island that captures your attention more.
Today something amazing happened. Nature opened my eyes, dusted the dirt off my pants, and kissed me on the cheek, all with one breath. The sensation was beyond beautiful. It was afternoon and the sun was just beginning to set. The clouds were there dancing in the blue sky, but they were faint.
The voices of the glistening blue sea will obliterate your stressful mind. When I felt like I was going through a midlife crisis, I grabbed my flip flops, swim trunks, tank top, sunscreen, and lounge chair; while heading toward the Pensacola Beach. A person will be amazed by what they see, hear, feel, smell, and taste at the beach. Although, tourist attractions in Pensacola are marvelous, they’re well-known for having refreshing seafood. When I first stepped foot on the beach, I saw a massive red and white beach ball; spelling out Pensacola Beach.
Aside from seeing groups of turtles trailing the coasts here and there, the island’s opposite direction is a beach that is adorned by soft waves and fine white sands. Tropical life as its finest, be hugged by the luscious pine trees and relax in the arms of a total beach
Gentle sea breeze tickled my face as I watched wisps of white fluff drifted across a crystal clear blue sky. The rhythmic sound of the wave; the screeching of the sea birds was so familiar and hypnotic at the same time. However, my children’s pearls of laughter turned all the other sounds into background
Wyatt will never forget the beach, and he will definitely not forget the smile he had from ear to ear ☺ (Hyperbole), that is why it is a great word to put into the title. Shelley Noble uses the two most powerful words for the title that mean the world to Wyatt and he sure will never forget the words ‘forever beach.’ The title in this book was an amazing fit for the story in general. The author used only two words, but the words had such meaning to the story that is all she needed to write. Sarah and Leila are going to be together forever, they can go to the beach with other families and be free, and Wyatt is in Leila’s life forever now because of the beach scene ☺ (Full Circle Ending). That will always be their family forever
In the Hawaiian language, Lanikai means “heavenly sea” and when I would gaze upon the beach I knew why. The golden, toe wiggling sand was so soft I could walk for miles. The tranquil Hawaiian waters were so crystal clear with hints of turquoise and greenish shades, it felt like I was in a dream. When I glared at the sea, feathers of golden light cascaded from the sky and disembarked below the water’s surface, reflecting the sand from the oceans foundations, which fought against the down-pouring
Romeo compares her to the East sun where the sun is usually where the sun is the most vibrant and beautiful. When comparing her to the East sun, he is really saying she is hotter than the rest. The brightness of her cheek would shame those stars, as daylight doth a lamp”(2.2.26). Romeo also compares the stars to her cheeks, but he shows he thinks her cheeks can outshine the stars like the sun outshines a lamp. “Her eye in heaven would through the airy region stream so bright that birds would sing and think it were not night”(2.2.24-6).
The summer sun was as hot as a volcano erupting. The summer wind as it breezes dancing in the wind brings some relief and tingles the skin. YES! And we are finally here which seemed to take forever at the regional festival WOW!! Look at all the people.
It is hard to find a place that you could really enjoy as a child, as a teenager, and even as an adult; a place that never gets old or boring, that is Varadero beach for me as it is for many others Cubans. It is not just about the beach, its about the whole experience, from the stunning surrounding nature to the endless attractions. Such a remarkable place has become my favorite destination for summer vacations. The trip itself was the first amusement. Since my family lived in Havana we took a road that goes all along the north coast; a lovely trip of about two hours through he highest bridge in Cuba, the great historical city of Matanzas, and many smaller towns that my father was naming just before I could see them.
The moment when all of us went swimming in the long stony beach was fun, it was really high waves that day. The waves were so high that It actually felt like a roller coaster ride. But what made the day the best day in my life was when the hippies played drums to the rhythm of the small waves in a circle on the beach. It was a late night, the sunset was the most beautiful and orange sunset I 've ever seen before. It was when I thought of only getting this once in my lifetime that I realized how lucky i am to be here.