Humour, Poems and Yarns from the Pen of a Complete Novice.
Hi Windsmoke,I used to own a painting that had waves splashing over rocks, not rough, but just breaking. I no longer have the painting, my niece loved it, and as she grew up, she continued to love it. When she moved into her own place, I gave it to her, and it now sits in her hallway.Yes you have brought back memories with this one. :)
Water is always magical. Thanks.
'Plage' is such a great word - I wish I knew what it meant!!! Happily, I know what 'slosh' means - and wonder why it's so underused!!!
G' Day MAGS: Pleasant memories i hope :-).G' Day THE ELEPHANTS CHILD: Agreed :-).G' Day RED: Plage is french literally: beach, strand hope that helps you :-).
Not sure about "slosh". Breaks into the atmosphere of a great Haiku.
Slosh is one of my favourite words.
had to look up what a plage isgot it.
Waves slosh over rocks.For me that was a perfect image, on Pawleys Island, South Carolina they have jetties made of piles of rocks sticking out into the ocean. When I am able to sit down and relax I think about the water running (sloshing) over those rocks. Great writing!
G' Day DAVE: That's a useful yarn, i'll keep a sharp eye on using words that don't break the atmosphere of a Haiku :-).G' Day RIVER: Not one of my favourite words but to it seemed to fit in ok :-).G' Day LITTLEJOHN: A most unusual word that's not used much if at all :-).G' Day BEACH BUM: What you've described in your yarn sounds quite pleasant :-).
I know what plage is, why not beach? same one syllable word.Slosh is strange too.It's your haiku, why am I carping?
I heard the surf breaking!Aloha from Waikiki;Comfort Spiral > < } } ( ° >
G' Day FRIKO: Carping on is good feedback and most welcome. Plage and slosh are unusual words sometimes i like to think outside the square :-). G' Day CLOUDIA: Exactly! :-).
Waves and rocksblue, red and blacka flight of a seagullin sunset...
i could almost hear the waves lapping on the shore.
G' Day WIND: Bonza imagery :-).G' Day LIFE RAMBLINGS: I'm glad you could hear the waves :-).
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