Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Watery Wednesday ~ White horses on the Wind

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Sea horses galloping
white manes flying
noses into the wind.
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Where do they run to
what do they seek
snorting in the storm.
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They seek their freedom
they seek their home
far, far from churning foam.

38 comments:

  1. What a beautiful picture. I love the beach. Wish I got to go to the beach a little more often.
    Debbie

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  2. Wonderful watery white horses on the wind. I can see them prancing in.

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  3. I love this saying Arija. An awesome picture! Such an angry sea!
    B.

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  4. beautiful Arija....how are your goslings.... Michelle

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  5. Very peaceful in here!! thank you!!

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  6. Oh so blue the water, lovely!.

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  7. beautiful poem to accompany this stunning photo. i see the white horses, too.:p

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  8. Exquisite! Picture and words! No one says it better and no one creates a more beautiful mental image than you, Arija! It's perfect! As always! Thank you for the beauty!

    Sylvia

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  9. oh, so beautiful! and the poem illustrates it perfectly!

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  10. beautiful and peaceful even though it is moving. Have a nice wednesday

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  11. You always have interesting posts whenever I come here to catch up Arija.
    Thanks for your recent visits to my posts. and especially for your comment re the "gum" tree.
    I took a bit over to the Herbarium for identification (for the second time) and today they said it was a brush box (Lophostemon confertus)..closely related to a gum tree apparently. Lives on the edges of the rain forest, (and my footpath).
    Whatever it is , it is the most delightful tree.

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  12. great shot and poem!

    Come and see some parts of South Korea. Have great day!

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  13. So refershing seeing the drama of tumbling waves!

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  14. Thank you for this beautiful start into the day! :-)

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  15. That is a beautiful poem to go along with your wonderful scene. When I see a big wave rolling in I will think of white horses and you...

    Hope all is well with you, Arija.
    Thanks for stopping by:)

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  16. the waves looks pretty curling going to the seashore. Happy watery Wednesday.

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  17. Beautiful photo...blue and white bliss...wonderful imagery...

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  18. the poem was as lovely as the photo this was an absolute treat to read and see!

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  19. Lovely poetry you have created to enhance the white horses. The picture lets one really feel the meaning of the white horses. Well done again.
    (I have been on a little holiday; Peter broke his ankle; the garden needs lots of work as it is so dry; and and and... for two days we got some rain.

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  20. What a joy to discover your images and words. Thank you for your kind comment and please come by and visit any time.

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  21. Beautiful! Gorgeous colours and perfect waves. :)

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  22. Beautiful shot of the ocean waves.

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  23. A wonderful poem that paints a mental picture and a photo that illustrates it well.

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  24. This is beautiful! The waves with the white curly tops, the blue, blue water - wonderful captured!

    And the first shot on your previous post is fabulous! What a depth!

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  25. That wave in the background is whipping up spray. Lovely shot and interesting text to accompany it.

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  26. I love the sound of waves crashing onto the shore. Love this poem comparing waves to horses.

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  27. Thanks for inviting me to see this... and to read the poem... love the words and they help to bring the picture alive.. Is this poem your own work?

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  28. Excellent boht photo and the poem!

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  29. Lovely imagery to accompany your beautiful ocean scene!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  30. Your poem is beautiful; you have such a way with words! The crashing waves are captivating...it's hard to take my eyes off them.

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  31. Arija, very beutiful. This picture and poem make me think of two things: a movie made years ago called "The Last Unicorn" and an even older book and movie called "White Mane" about a boy and a white stallion from the Camargue in France.

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