Wind and waves carve rock,
reshaping island coastline.
~Years become aeons~
Shadows, reflections, echoes
call to lovers across time.
The beauty of a coastline that tells a story for the ages.
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I think you’ve summed it up perfectly 🙂
I appreciate the compliment. Ladies Prism is coming soon; this romance novel will change the world.
I’m not sure if my novel, Desiccation, will ever change the world as it’s rather quirky and niche but it has a small fan club, which is better than not having a fan club at all! Wishing you the best of luck with Ladies Prism. I like the title.
Everything starts small and expands from thereon. I appreciate the kind words. Giant moves are being made this year. Have a marvellous Wednesday.
I like your philosophy 🙂
I appreciate it. The False Reality Of Martin and Ladies Prism are coming soon to change the world. Stay tuned for my groundbreaking novels.
Thank you, Dale 🙂
Thank you, Cybele 🙂
Very haunting Sarah, I love that image of shadows and echoes calling across time.
Thank you, Andrea 🙂 There’s something about beaches and the geology of cliffs that gets me going!
Ahh…so evocative of long walks at the beach, looking out at those cliffs and listening for those echoes, always there if only we listen. Really listen. Beautiful this Sarah 🙂 xxxx
Thank you, dearest Sherri. I took that photo on the last day of my recent trip to the Isle of Wight. Happy memories 🙂 xxxx
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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