Sunday, May 27, 2012

of shadows and sand

Sometimes I'm a shadow and the sea is not much more.
Sometimes I write haiku because it comes on the breeze.
pillows of sea foam--
rainbow sparks until drifting,
vanishing sand clouds
Sometimes I love this world.


Golden Eagle said...

Wonderful post and haiku!

I've never seen sea foam like that before. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Donna said...

Oooo! Lovely

Unknown said...

You know I love any and all beach pics you post. :) Thanks for making me smile.

Jemi Fraser said...

So pretty! Nature is a glorious friend :)

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Eagle: Thank you!
I'm not at all sure that sea foam is a good thing. It could have some sudsy elements that aren't natural, but I love the way it looks and blows apart.

Donna: Hi! Hope you've had a good beach experience, too. It's been lovely lately.

Karen: Sooooo glad I make you smile. It's pretty hard not to get a smile from me when I'm at the beach.

Jemi: Isn't She, though? ;)

Yvonne Osborne said...

I always love this world. It's people I have a problem with. Hence the attraction of a solitary writer's life.

Beautiful pictures, Tricia!

Michael Horvath said...

Living 2 minutes from the ocean - I better get myself to the beach today. Great pics, poem and reminder.

Judy Croome | @judy_croome said...

Beautiful photos and verse. Makes me long for the ocean again.

Judy, South Africa

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Yvonne: Precisely! You always say it as it is.

Michael: I hope you made it to the beach. It was gorgeous here today. One of those perfect days.

Judy: Thank you! I don't think I'd be happy if I moved anywhere I couldn't get to the ocean pretty fast. Makes me feel balanced, anchored, peaceful to be here.

Cynthia Chapman Willis said...

Beautiful! "Pillows of sea foam". . . Wow. Nicely done!

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Hi and thank you, Cynthia!

Faith Pray said...

Lovely. I love the composition of both the photos and the poetry. It looks like it was a blissful walk.

Julie Dao said...

It's a beautiful world we live in! I wish more people would appreciate it! The last photo is so calming.

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

Faith: I find bliss in nature often enough to keep me hooked. :)

Julie: Exactly. There is so much beauty and wonder to draw upon.