Wednesday, August 25, 2010

The Poem of the Month (August, 2010): THE SAUBLE BEACH

A gorgeous sunset over the Sauble Beach in the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

Photo (August 17, 2010) © Jerome D'Costa

The Sauble Beach

By Jerome D'Costa

From the humdrum and rustle and bustle of Toronto
To the placid Sauble Beach, A three hours' drive,
But what a difference!

Life at the Sauble
Is calm, slow-paced and Nature-friendly;
It completely changes your gear
To take a slow but steady turn.Nestled in a forested area
Of the Bruce Peninsula,
On the coast of Lake Huron,

Sauble is a place to be in

To imbibe the fragrant wine of the Nature.
Sauble Beach helps you dive into the calmness,
To look at your inner self,
In spite of the continuous but gentle roaring of the waves.

Large Canadian cities like Toronto

May go to pieces,
But Sauble is stable in its anchor.
Not worried about "the sky is falling, the sky is falling,"

Life still goes on in Summer glory
With thousands of tourists and Nature-lovers
Moving in and out.

If you want to experience a piece of heaven,

Go to the Sauble Beach,

And enjoy the surf, the sand and the sunset!
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