We’d go to the seashore at dusk, and your voice would echo through the wind;
Lost in the reaches of our newfound love.
We’d bury our feet in the sand, and call to each other across the waters;
Seeking to drive the uncertainty off our days, allowing our heartbeats to roam free;
Our breaths would cease to be in monotones.
Fingers entwined in shared secrets, maybe I’d fall for you with wild abandon;
In those days of unguarded innocence.