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an action in water, the tread of your body through water. great excercise, back and forth motion of your legs and arms in th water.
By Geena on 10.01.2010
Splash! I jump into the pool, the cool enveloping darkness folding me into its cold, aqua embrace. I struggle to get to the film above me, to breath in fresh air that floats above the water line, but I can’t. I forgot I can’t swim.
By Deadlox on 10.01.2010
water and i am afraid of water, therefore i am afraid to swim and i cannot learn how to swim no matter what!!!!! swimming is good for losing weight and for good sex away from the beach. if you cant swimm, no sex under the water.
I would love to be able to swim:P but no problem, at least i am good in sex c´mon, 60 seconds….i am tired of writing
By luiza on 10.01.2010
Family outings for us were always difficult ordeals. Loading up the van with supplies our entire family of eight, managing every child’s needs and complaints — I don’t think I ever truly valued everything my mother did for us.
By vish URL on 10.01.2010
Swimming.. the wind blowing your hair.. feeling free in the water <3 there are very few things that can make yhu as calm as swimming.. geez! now i wanna go swimming… thx a lot oneword =/ lol
By Dionsexer ;] URL on 10.01.2010
“Want to go swimming?” “Dude, it’s October first in New England.” “Yeah, I know, but it’s raining so hard that the truck down the street’s on our lawn.” And that’s how my evacuation story started.
By Janna Oakfellow-Pushee URL on 10.01.2010
The best swimmers always drown.
A cock-sured manner is the fastest way down
to the depths of the ocean.
I can learn something from you
you from me
and we can accomplish something.
But only if we’re not idiots.
By Siege URL on 10.01.2010
She was swimming.
The ocean was sparkling blue.
She felt free for the first time in months.
Free from her family,
free from the burdens of school.
Free from it all.
She could have swam forever,
but reality would come to call again soon…
By Teeps on 10.01.2010
Last Wednesday we went swimming. It was down in the country outside of Leeds, and I must tell you that our erotic pleasures in that green-scummy pond were simply outstanding. Who knew algae could be so arousing? I will never leave me teeth at home again!
By Richardton T. Slump URL on 10.01.2010
Swimming, swimming in the swimming pool. Splishing, splashing in the warm water. Swimming up and swimming down, on our fronts and on our backs. Climbing out and jumping in. Sitting swinging legs, making lots of noise and spray, sliding back into the water, diving down to the bottom. We have had a happy hour, time to get out and get dried. Then we can go for a drink and a jacket potato. Yippee.
By mauveone URL on 10.01.2010
Ich schwimme im Strom des Lebens,
an gefährlichen Klippen und Felsen vorbei,
rudernd, nach Luft schnappend,
um endlich, irgendwann,
den Strand der Erlösung zu erreichen.
By Barbara25 URL on 10.01.2010
I love to swim. Mostly I like being underwater.
Sometimes I dream I’m underwater, and I panic because I can’t breathe. But then I breathe in and realize I can breathe water. Then I relax and swim around for a while.
By Mel DuPont URL on 10.01.2010
Swimming through the dark corridors flooded with secrets and longings and unrealized expectations wishing that the wind would stop cutting my skin into little strips of fringe that hang down from my bones like morbid windchime designs swimming through the heady coagulating liquid of being lost. Ducking under the filthy water, breathing it in, shying away from the wind.
By Hyperbole URL on 10.01.2010
i don’t like to swim. i am horrible at swimming. swimming is very very boring. poop is more fun. alot more fun to eat poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poop poo poo poo poo poo poo poo poo poo poop poo poo poo poo poo poop
By poop URL on 10.01.2010
Swimming is illegal here.
I miss doing it in the sun, my body cool, graciously floating in the water. Here, though, there is no floating.
By Ethan on 10.01.2010
flashbacks:swimming with geena,”the only reason i’m dating you is to be closer to your brother.”parked with lisa,”i was hoping you would be a rogue like your brothers,but you’re just a boring nerd.”finally:being the victim of his brother’s rogueness
By Dan on 10.01.2010
The two of us went to that little lake back in the woods, just me and her. We were young, we were in love, and the water was too damned cold for anything inappropriate. But damn, it was fun.
By Ajax on 10.01.2010
i would luv to learn it some day…. i have this deep desire to swim like a fish in water…against its tides, in a sea….
By Sam URL on 10.01.2010
slipping off my towel, i dashed to the diving board. Preparing myself, i launched into the pool. Arcing my back as i reached close to the bottom, got me swimming back up. This was great, one last swim, before i could let summer go for the rest of the year.
By Ashleigh URL on 10.01.2010
Everything going swimmingly. Hah, perhaps we’ll go mambo mambo tonight, and one hand one heart will go.lolalolalola.
By Maria Magdalena URL on 10.01.2010
i really love how lakes are so shiny and ripply. it’s not like the ocean.
swimming is so fun. it burns a lot of fat actually. remember that one lady that swam across the river? the really long one? and she’s like…..amazing? yeah so thats extreme swimming!
By Megan on 10.01.2010
Water isnt wet. It drys continuous as a far flung paper bark tree shreds and wraps our flailing skins. And there isn’t an underneath.
By Damian Blayney on 10.01.2010
i really dont like swimming,it is not much fun. i do know how to swim, i just dont like it.
By mette on 10.01.2010
Exploring the depths. Living free. Feel the silk against your fingers. Live through the shadows. Refresh. Your mind, your skin. FEEL the texure. Feel the serenity. Open up to cooling waves. Open up to the world. Open up to your own contemp. Your lips, your fingers, your body. Relax as it fills you up. Take a deep breath. Feel the risk, attempt the sacrifice. Reserve the panick, to enjoy the fresh breath of the sparkling wind. Swim till you can’t swim no more, swim till you can’t breath no more.
By Madeline URL on 10.01.2010
I’ve always loved water in general, and most of the animals that live in it, but I didn’t take swimming lessons until a few years ago. When I started the deep end seemed really scary. Now I can really hold my own in the water. I’m still taking lessons, trying to improve my technique, but also because it’s fun! Even on days when I don’t really feel like it, I feel fine once I get into the pool. Sometimes it’s like a second home to me. I feel like a mermaid…
By Julia URL on 10.01.2010
I will never in a million years go swimming in the nasty Delta water that is in your backyard. There are swamp monsters in there and you know it Michael. They’re lurking and waiting.
By Brittany on 10.01.2010
She swam laps all afternoon, trying so desperately to get back into shape. Trying to re-capture the glory days of the swim team captain.
By Matthew URL on 10.01.2010
I want to swim in the ocean of my fears and drown in it all my tears.
By Jhosy URL on 10.01.2010
i feel the rush of the water as i jump into the pool. it is cold and slick as i slide down towards the bottom. my toes touch the slimy tiles of the bottom of the pool and i push back up, reaching and grasping for the surface until i break through and take a huge breath.
By liz URL on 10.01.2010
As cliche as it may be I
Am swimming in a sea of
thoughts and, unwillingly
Emotions; daily I struggle with
The waves bouncing me
Up and down until
It becomes confusion and
The shore is distant
By Amiee URL on 10.01.2010
Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, swimming swimming swimming swimming… I’m probably like the tenth person to make that reference, but we’ll find out in 10 seconds.
By Phalanges URL on 10.01.2010
wet and cool. Glad I dived in. Now that it’s closer to fall I regret the reservations I had.
By dave carver on 10.01.2010
Sometimes I feel that I am swimming in a sea of treacle… wearing metal boots… hands tied together… oh, and I can’t swim anyway….
By mimimanderly URL on 10.01.2010
I don’t like the thought of jumping into something that surrounds me and takes away my breath, maybe causing my death.
I hate swimming, it’s not meant for me….it never was.
By Palwasha URL on 10.01.2010
fun summer sad sleepy hot sunburns bitch fights angry than happy fat people in bathing suits no school laughter crying sleeping in all day late nights
By rachel on 10.01.2010
I was swimming in my dream down a river through an Indian village, when my partner swam to me and smiled.
By Mary Lou Wynegar on 10.01.2010
i think swimming is the best stress reliever. being surrounded by the pure, freely moving water always has a calming effect. no wonder mermaids are so happy. they live in best home possible.
By Jen on 10.01.2010
I love swimming. When I was younger I took swimming at a bunch of different places and I took it for years until I couldn’t do a back dive and got held back. Swimming is very relaxing and fun. It’s refreshing in the summer and warming (if it’s heated) in the winter.
By Kaybie Bauer on 10.01.2010
It’s kinda fun. I used to do it in high school. Very good workout. My girlfriend said it was the most muscular I ever got when we were dating, which was cool haha.
By Kars Petersen on 10.01.2010
I like swimming in the fall. Watching the cold water fall on me, feeling it over me. It’s cleansing and liberating. I like to go deep under the water and pretend I am flying. Gravity ain’t got nothing on me. I can fly right through all the streams and currents.
By Debora on 10.01.2010