She was a firm, sun-roasted apricot. She came over me like a low-pressure system, pulled me down like the undertow. She didn't like the feel of sand on her body so she lay on top of me for hours and licked the salt from my skin. I thought that maybe she had been lost in the desert once, for her to long so much for salt and shrink so much from sand.

Littoral Drift
The coast line of all exposed foreshores indicates a gradual but continual change, in some locations in the direction of retrogression of washing away, and in other locations in deposition and accretion, the carrying away and depositing of materials being due to wave action in connection with current flow.