The movement of tides! Their ebb and flow bless my soul. Peace descends on me! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #332: Ebb and Flow!
I took this picture in Kauai, Hawaii in 2012. What beauty! Looking down into the whirlpools created by the ocean, Jessica's inanition disappeared. The thought that the waters here had thundered for centuries, carving the rocks into the beauty that she was loving, enthralled her and caused her to want to get nearer to the... Continue Reading →
Photo by anouar olh on Pexels.com Jonathan, the boat owner, refused to join the us in the ocean, saying that he had too many daily chores to finish for such nonsense as enjoying himself. We were unhappy that he couldn't see that sometimes you have to put the concerns of daily life aside and just enjoy... Continue Reading →
Hugger-mugger days! Feeling hazy in my mind. Sand and ocean calms! Written for the RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #282. The prompts today are haze and sand.
I grew up in a city, with no water anywhere around me, except for the swimming pool at the park near my house. I never learned to swim, although I made an aborted effort to learn when I was age 52. As long as I was floating with my hands on the wall of the... Continue Reading →