We’ve Lost a Beach

There’s a beach in western Malibu

Where the Law must not apply;

And where those who live adjacent,

Are disgusted — they decry!

For here, their children cannot play,

Nor walk along the beach;


Because of nudie bodies,

And contortions, none dare speak.

It seems a beach named Matador

Is plagued by those who come;

To romp and play, in other ways,

Than simply soaking sun.

And yet the Law seems not applied,

To end this perverse scene —

It’s been going on a long, long time,

With nothing done between.

We’ve lost a beach, that’s out of reach,

For our family and friends —

Is it because the Law does not apply?

Or just a local trend?

H. Emmett Finch

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