Friday, April 15, 2011

Haiku My Heart – Ocean Song

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cresting ocean waves

stir my spirit’s deepest depths

my soul’s ebb and flow


I think I am the best me when I am by the sea.

Loving it so.

Last day here, so back to my sandy spot.

Happy Friday, Beautiful Ones.

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Sherry Smyth said...

Soak up as much of that beachiness as you can!!! xoxox

deb did it said...

as me, I am also my best me when I am by the sea. ~Enjoy all your moments!~

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Looks like you two are having a wonderful time basking by the sea and sweet kisses too!
Glad you are enjoying yourselves. xox Corrine

Marit said...

I have one brother... last year, I found a soulsister on the Internet, and now I have two! I feel blessed!

Brianne said...

There is nowhere as wonderful as being on the shoreline beside the ocean. I, myself, prefer the Atlantic Ocean because she is more serene than the Pacific. Older maybe, calmer, more inviting. Secondly, I love the Gulf of Mexico. However, I have not traveled through Europe, Africa, Asia or Australia or any of the Indian Ocean Island so I can not put any of the waterways and oceans and beaches on the those far off shores in my mind for comment. Enjoy the days on the Ocean and the antics of the dolphin. I hope you bring some sand back for the washing machine (for memories)!

Kimmie said...

Looks like a sand between your toes sort of day .... Enjoy!!!

Daisy Yellow said...

Kim, I don't have your email addy, so I wanted to thank you for the gorgeous postcard you sent for Hanna's swap! I love it!

Nadeja said...

The ocean is grateful for your love! I love it too. It is playful, powerful, vast and demands complete and utter respect and gives awesome gifts in return. How blessed we are by it and how blessed we are to have you in our lives and hearts. Thank you so much for sharing your gifts of love.
I love you, Mom

SE'LAH... said...

i smile. my daughter is now writing haikus and so i thought of you.

this is beautiful, as is your soul.

one love.

SE'LAH... said...

i smile. my daughter is now writing haikus and so i thought of you.

this is beautiful, as is your soul.

one love.

rachel awes said...

LOVE. xo

Gollywobbles said...

Beautiful haiku! the NH shores haved missed you for sure! Nothing better than a trip to the shore to clear the cobwebs and rejunivate the soul!

Carmen said...

i am lucky to live so close to the ocean (about two miles)
and yes it is home
i hope one day i get to see those beaches you are sharing here
i am so glad you had a wonderful time, safe return home my friend
and yes to you comment, i will be honored (i danced in the air!!!!)
you are inspiring and love your blog and what you shared

Anonymous said...

I haven't been to the ocean in a long, long time. Wiggle your toes in the sand for me!

Jaime Haney aka ArtsyFartsy.Me said...

oh I'm with you... I love to be near water.

Hope your trip home was nice :)