Breeze plays on boat masts
a tune of distant wind chimes:
Breeze ripples water
traversed by sun-silvered path.
Clouds trill with skylarks.
Lovely silver sparkles from Sarah x
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Thank you, Shey 🙂 I love sparkling water. Looking at it always fills me with absolute peace.
We live by the river. I wouldn’t like NOT being able to see it every day x
How lovely 🙂 So tranquil, and I bet there are lots of interesting river birds (I’m obsessed with birds — it runs in the family!) xxxx
Lol…seagulls mainly. Bloody great pests that stomp with what sounds like hob nailed boots on our roof xxxx
It sounds as if you have the same problem as me. You’ll like these two haiku of mine about seagulls! xxxx https://sarahpotterwrites.com/2017/04/17/monday-morning-haiku-152-153-seagull-at-first-light/
Both haiku, peaceful and hopeful — wonderful, Sarah.
Thank you, Jet 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed my peaceful and hopeful haiku.
I love “clouds trill with skylarks.” 😀 Very picturesque. Love the photos, too. It all made me want to sit on the beach and watch the waves. Although I don’t usually sit on a beach. I’m more wont to dive in. 😉 Lovely haiku.
Shalom and Happy Monday,
I took those two pictures when I disappeared off for a week at the end of August to the Isle of Wight. It really was a very perfect day, filled with laughter, light and peace, as we wandered around a nature reserve. Hardly a car to be heard, or any planes. So unusual these days. Like medicine for the soul.
All best wishes for a happy week.
We have one nearby. On several occasions I’ve taken the kayak out at dawn and sat on the still waters and allowed nature to embrace me.
Beautiful work, Sarah!
That sounds so magical, Bill. I love excursions at dawn. My best time of day. So peaceful 🙂
So beautiful, Sarah. I, too, could sit for hours, meditatively, watching sparkles off the water and listening to the “mast wind chimes”
Thanks Dale 🙂 I think that we all need to find space to contemplate. This morning I was drawn to the great outdoors yet again. Despite the background hint of Autumn in the air, the sun was quite hot on my face as I stood down at the shoreline, looking out at the sparkling sea. And when I got home, I did some gardening. My computer time has shrunk down temporarily but will increase again when things turn grey for weeks on end!
I know what you mean. Writing has taken a back stage for me, much to my chagrin .
Here, it is ridiculously hot and humid. Today’s humidex at 33!
I’m off to sweat…. I mean work…
I’ve been wondering about participating in National Novel Writing Month in November. It’s not something I’ve done before but, like a sick computer, I need a hard reboot to get me novel-writing again!
Enjoy your sweat 😉 Today is the first day for ages that my hair hasn’t frizzed due to humidity.
Ha Ha! Poor Frizzy!
I am going to attempt it as well – for the 3rd time – hopefully this time I do way better
We can encourage each other 🙂
Gorgeous Sarah, I love the wind chimes of the masts and the sun-silvered path. Reminds me of a perfect sunny morning.
Thank you, Andrea. I do so love perfect sunny mornings. I’ve just spent one this morning, walking the dog at the estuary near where I live. It was just beautiful there 🙂
I love an estuary… so much you can meet there, where land meets sea.
They are beautiful places. Whenever I visit an estuary, it always clears my mind and refreshes my spirit.
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