Ebb tide find, a Mermaid’s crown
stolen by storm thief!
Your haikus always make me smile, and that is a gift, and I thank you for that gift. Have a wonderfully creative week!
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Then I have succeeded with my Monday mission to magic smiles onto my blogging friends’ faces! Thank you, Bill, and you have a wonderful week, too 🙂
I love it!
Thank you 🙂
Magical Sarah 🙂
Thank you, Andrea 🙂 Indeed, the circlet was an exciting find. Beaches are so often filled with fascinating treasures.
and fashioned into a magical heart by the magical Sarah xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Honest, cross-my-heart, I had no part in it. It was purely a magical find. Even my dog treated it with respect and walked around it, rather than over it! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Well defo a mermaid xxxxxxx
Such a wonderful find! Love your magical haiku, Sarah. 🙂
Thank you, Sylvia 🙂 I always love finding something magical and unexpected, in a happy sense of “unexpected” of course!
That is so cool… I wonder what happened to that storm-thief to drop such a treasure? 🙂 Oh and I really like your new banner, Sarah (or I think it’s new?)
Methinks the storm-thief has moved onto seashores new, as all is calm in my locality just now 🙂 I’m glad you liked the banner, Sunshine, and thank you for commenting. Nobody else has said a thing about it, so either they don’t like it, or haven’t noticed it! I’ve not had a banner before, as I didn’t know how to do one, until I got in a restless mood and felt bored with everything, including my blog, and clicked on “customize” to discover I could give my blog a face-lift.
Beautiful haiku. I thought you made the circlet yourself. Later this year I will post some beach pictures and my own pebble ‘artwork’. I like to leave a funny piece of art to make the beach goers wonder 🙂
Thank you, Inese 🙂 I look forward to your pebble artwork, especially the funny piece 🙂
Such a magical find, to be sure… 🙂
Magical finds are so refreshing to the spirit 🙂
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