celebrating stories and those who weave them
I love your haikus, and the photos were lovely. :)
Wonderfully soothing. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful haiku, Tricia. And the photos are cool, too. You must be loving living so close to the ocean. Hope you're getting settled in.
Such a joy to see your stunning photos and beautiful haiku. What a perfect way to end Friday. Thank you.
Lydia: Smiling right back at you.Yat-Yee: That's actually soothing to hear. Thank you!Lynn: I am slooooowly getting settled in, but each day it feels more like home. And I love the ocean air.VR: Aw, wow, thank you so much. :)
Lovely - both words and photos. Thanks :)
Beauty in the smallest details, and in your lovely words.
Jemi & Liza: Thank you so much!
Welcome back.First picture gave me chills...and the last line of the haiku!!!Shelley
So nice to experience your haikus again. They always send me to another realm.
Shelley: Oooo, I don't know if I gave someone chills before. Hope that's a good thing. :)Melissa: And trips to other realms, oh my! More :) :)
Lovely new vistas to write about. Thanks for sharing.
If I ever get back to Venice Beach, I'm going to look you up! I see you're taking advantage of your new locale, rendering your surroundings even more beautiful than they are with your words.
Donna: Thank you, too.Yvonne: You better! That would be so fun. And, aw shucks, thanks!
Lovely as always.
Karen & Elle: Thank you, thank you, my lovely friends.
These pics are gorgeous. The one with the sand has given me an idea for a book. *wonders if Pat will want an upfront payment on the idea* ;-)And your haikus are awesome, Pat. Love you. :-)
Absolutely gorgeous. It's a good sign that you are back to poetry.
Robyn! I'm thrilled you got an idea off my photo. And I'll be extra thrilled when you get it published. :D
SarahL: Gracias. I had to remind myself it was time to go back to what nourishes me.
Gorgeous photos, gorgeous words. Thanks, Tricia.
Lovely. Lovely. Lovely.
Talli & Lee: thank you, thank you, thank you. :)
Just lovely, Tricia. It's like listening to soft music.
Carol: Beach walks can soothe me that way. Hope you're finding the groove to make through all the crazies.
I love haikus! These are really nice. So are the pics.
Oh, love the image of "wind rivers" :)
Lisa: I can read the old haiku masters for hours. Thanks for liking mine.Corey: As soon as my gaze settled on those ripples in the sand, the phrase wind rivers came to me and I had to photograph it. Thanks for liking.
Beautiful post! Beautiful pictures! I can almost smell the sea air here in the mountains. That's something I miss.
Ahhhh. Helped me to remember to breathe and to relax. Thanks.
Mary Anne: I'll be glad to bring sea breezes to you, and you can bring me that sweet mountain air.Bish: So happy to help, my friend (and glad to hear some of the troubles are over).
Love that you're celebrating your new ocean home.
Suzanne: I am, I am. It deserves that.
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