One Single Impression: Limbering Up

Walking into the wind
That blows off an ocean cooling
With the promise of winter
And presses sea life to warmer water,
I am pulled into some new form.
I taste the salt and sand,
Bow my head to the light,

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  1. Lovely words and image! Love that light path across the water! Hope your weekend has gone well so far, Sandy! Have a great evening and a lovely tomorrow!

    Sylvia

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  2. Beautiful words and the thought of listening there is so appealing.

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  3. peaceful thoughts and photo...

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  4. Beautiful pairing of words and photo--lovely. Mickie ;)

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  5. Limbering up for winter no doubt.

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  7. Anonymous9:10 AM

    "bow my head to the light and listen"...wonderful!!

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  8. Lovely in words and image. Indeed, winter is in the air...
    xxo

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  9. That's not just visiting a scene. It is existing in it. Excellent.

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  10. Beautiful! Now I'm yearning for ocean air... and perhaps a seaside yoga practice.

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  11. The sea side scene well described and living by the sea I get emotionally attached to it!! Wonderful as nature limbers up to remind us of the coming season!!

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  12. I could feel the wind of ocean..so beautifully put...Sandy, Thanks!!

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  13. this is what it feels like to be at the beach in Autumn. Wonderful work.

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  14. Wow Sandy! I love your smells and tastes of nature's call. Ocean breezes just plain taste salty don't they.
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    p.s. you won't like my grammer tonight. But a 'you have got' doesnt' sound so bad contracted does it?
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  15. Wow Sandy! I love your smells and tastes of nature's call. Ocean breezes just plain taste salty don't they.
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    p.s. you won't like my grammer tonight. But a 'you have got' doesn't sound so bad in contracted form does it?
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  16. You've tantalized all the senses with this poem. So very lovely Sandy.

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  17. Wonderful,.....image and words...perfect!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  18. Anonymous8:09 AM

    The salt and sand limbers you up some!

    http://wordsinverse.wordpress.com/2011/10/24/the-fights/

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  19. it's like a prayer... very meditative :-)

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  20. I so appreciate that you find wisdom in the out of doors...
    this was good good.

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  21. Sandy,
    Words of wisdom in anticipation of winter. Great verse!

    Hank

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