Monday, September 26, 2011

Contemplative Monday


My poems are great shouts of the joy that I feel and share; the deep passion that rocks and caresses and embraces me and all that is part of my world and my life."


The quote above is by Maxine Tynes, a local poet, teacher and colleague who died recently.  It is from her work 'Mirrors'. 

    Beach art







17 comments:

  1. How beautiful and enigmatic those photos are!

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  2. lovely words and great beach art
    xxx

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  3. I can almost feel the feathery fronds of that sea weed, Jim.

    Takes me right back to the beach...

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  4. Yep, that's what makes a good poem a great poem!
    m.

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  5. The beach art is beautiful-loved the header too x

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  6. Great new header! That green stuff... is seaweed? Looks soft.

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  7. How come there's a photo of Jim Lahey on your header all of a sudden?

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  8. ...so very beautiful....: "passion that rocks and caresses..."I love it!

    VERY ORIGINAL your BEACH ART....: THE natural green on the rosegrey rocks...so beautifully brushed by the sea...: gorgeous!!!!

    ..yes...I am still in the winegraves, Jim......but I come back with a good "drop"!


    ciao ciao elvira

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  9. Chris, that would be RON Lahey!! lol

    Sharon, yes it is a very fine sea weed and it is very soft and fragile.

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  10. beach art...nature really does do it best!

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  11. Great shouts of joy - what a wonderful way to live life.

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  12. Excellent quote...and beautiful pictures as always.

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  13. Beautiful pictures, Jim. Wasn't she lucky to have a passion that lasted her entire life?

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  14. Blimey, is 'beach art' like a discipline? (sorry, I am not very arty).

    If it is, you have done a bloody marvellous job my dear!! Those pics are great.

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