Along the Briny Beach is a poem by J.R. Carpenter painting a vivid, detailed picture of an ocean scene. It takes note to mention both the water and elements of the surrounding environment including cliffs, bays, reefs, islands, and boats. The poem does not a convey a particular story or plot but is instead a simple narration describing environmental happenings. The banners going across the background resembles waves on a beach, with the vertical crossing body passages simultaneously resembling the coastline. The color scheme, which consists of various shades of blue, green, and beige, also suits the aesthetic of a beach. As readers are perusing the words, they are subconsciously observing the outline of a geographical beach landscape with waves (the banners) crashing to shore (the main poem itself). There is no sound, but rather banners of both images and words travelling at various speeds and colliding with the body poem on the left side of the screen. By hovering the mouse over these banners, the words and images can either stop moving entirely or reverse direction. The layout of Briny Beach also resembles Nick Montfort's Taroko Gorge and even samples coding from this piece.This entry was produced as part of the Fall 2021 ENGL 693: Special Topics: Digital Literature course with Dr. Melinda White at the University of New Hampshire.