by BAM Writes
We walked along the shoreline while blowing bubbles for fun. The ocean waves were pure, precious, and yet gloriously gargantuan. Fluffy frolicked ahead, and Jacky jumped into the water without a care in the world. Sand softly danced with my tiptoes upon each step. The people played and made canvas-like castles. Together, we’d always share a day by the pacific on our somber summer retreat.
Bertram Allan Mullin pen name BAM has a degree in English and has publications in several places including Bartleby Snopes where his piece was voted story of the month and with Writer's Ezine who awarded his piece with the Exceptional Short Story Award. For more info check out BAMWrites.com
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