Jan 27

Koh Tao

by in Drawing & Writing

Ko Tao

Sairee Beach faces west,
and for sunsets that’s best,
But come morning it’s deep in the shade.

But a coffee milkshake,
Make the Farang* awake!
Yet at noon, she’s still in the shade

Come 2PM,
and the sun, like a hen,
lay’s an egg on westerner’s head.

And so he must plop,
And remove a flip-flop,
And make,
that beach,
a bed.

Once he is brown,
or red, with a frown,
It’s time to roll in a wave.

And then take a shower,
To smell like a flower,
But still smelling,
Like a cave.

Next comes a dinner,
Where tourist is winner!
For it isn’t about the food.

It’s the film shown for free,
Between your two feet,
Which truly sets the mood.

(Especially when it’s Contagion.)

* Falang = Gringo



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2 Responses to “Koh Tao”

  1. From Mom:

    What an amazing collection of photos, and such a fun poem! Glad that you’re having such a magical trip.

    Posted on January 27, 2012 at 15:36 #
  2. From Inga:

    letzter tag auf koh tao, schnief. es ist/war wunderbar. Danke <3

    Posted on January 28, 2012 at 03:52 #