Peaceful inside this tube, quiet, rolling gently side to side, as smooth as the hips of a woman strolling to dinner on the boardwalk on a hot July evening,
Thin fabric stretched just right over just-so curves.
Making him wait,
Liking the feeling she gets from the way she walks, knowing she just made a guy crash into a rack of postcards.
Her rhythms are as old as the ocean, in time with the waves out in the musky duskiness of another hot day, Both bringing more good things to shore.
The seagulls cry overhead and the crowds of tourists part as she passes.