...ponderings from the pen of a poet, via the heart of a human, often touched by the wicked sense of humour of an observer of oddities...
An interesting thought Penny. Quite philosophical - Dave
Oooh, I like this....so much back story can be read into this one.
Very clever, I do like this :o)
Wow very profound. It made me smile. I love it!:O)
That is true! Everything makes waves and these often affect us all, but more often, individually.Maggie XNuts in May
OOOOOOOO that final word tsunami suggests so much in terms of heart ache and maybe heart break! Clever micro!
Aw, does it have to be "damage"?
Those ripples can, indeed, last a long time . . .
You do have a way with words.
is that what that sloshing noise is all about?! steven
Waves, do go on and on- froma rumble to an undertow-?
Chance encounters can leave lasting impressions and sometimes regrets.
clever you, a few words, but saying a lot.
Beautifully done and very profound. I'm in awe!Have a great week x
Left a comment but did not seem to take. I so enjoyed your post today. I have missed your 'joyful noise.' Been in retreat this week-end and see everything in a 'mystical' tone. QMM
So clever--and perfect photograph to go along with the text!
sometimes, the stream of life delivers some stones...
Oh dear, that doesn't sound good. Poor her.;-)
This is so deep, and poetic! Excellent!
I like the contrast of story with photo - the calm that could turn stormy! Nice microstory.
Wow..a very sharp piece..very philosophical too.well done!Mine is upHave you a Blessed Week!hugsshakira
Waves don't linger long. Eventually they dissipate.
So creative deep and poetic !
Very short, but very deep. Nice Micro-Fiction.Mine is up.PG
Such true words...beautifully written! :-)
Very suggestive. I like the many ways that this could go.
ooh ecological My 140 Hope your week goes well
Very well done my friend. I love it :)
Ah, with age does come wisdom. :)
I think we have all experienced a passing ship in the night that has left us marooned.. a wonderful post, Jinksy, very well penned.
Good microfiction...I hope that she finds another 'ship that passes in the night'...soon. Cheers!
Ooh, I like this cautionary tale, a double entendre. Maybe she should fall for a cruise ship next time--more stable.
"causing" - what a strange, literal word to put in the middle of a powerful image.
Short but "deep".....:-)Hugs
You're definitely a dab hand with these 'limited over matches'!
Definitely true. Those passing ships in the night leave the shore battered and crumbled.
Ah, so true, so true.
Agreed - you can read into this whatever you want to read Jinksy. A few words but a depth of meaning behind them.Your drawings have arrived - sadly the glass was completely shattered but I have found a frame where I can mount all three. I couldn't bear not to see them all, they make such a good combination. What I admire about them is your ability to convey so much with so few lines - I really admire that skill and wish I had it. Thank you so much.
Oh, very good. Way to create a very mysterious scene.
Ships that pass in the night sounds too much like one night stand.
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