delwyn, on my trip to canada's east coast this summer, i discovered that the richest and simplest songs are sung by the waves. thankyou for these lovely pictures. steven
The holy flute, what a beautiful line!I love the sound of the rolling waves so much. This W.B Yeats poem, the Lake Isle of Innisfree, I know it by heart:...for always, night and day, I hear lake water lappingwith low sounds by the shore,while I stand on the roadway or on the pavements grey,I hear it in the deep heart`s core.
Hi StevenIt must be a primordial womb tune do you think...Happy days
Thank you Angela, that is a great excerpt that I can relate to. I'll keep it safely for future reference.Happy days
Rhythmical sounds, of any kind, are soothing. At the moment I can hear two ticking clocks, but I would much prefer the sound of waves!
I don't think there's a melodic sound more beautiful or soothing than that of waves rolling ashore. The Holy Flute is perfect, absolutely perfect! And your photos are incredible! Thank you!
Hi Kittywe have Buson to thank for that beautifully descriptive phrase...Happy days
Hi WandaMy parents home is full of ticking clocks and that metronomic song always makes me feel like I am in the space called home, but it also makes me feel harried... a strange dichotomy...Happy days
What a beautiful haiku to go with the pictures
wonderful photos. I especially like the first one.
Beautiful photos. It is always so refreshing to be by the water & hear the waves crashing.
The sea is patient, and sings to us, even when we are too busy to listen.
The poem points to the sacred in Nature. Your photos of a roiling and a calm sea give us the cadence to Nature's song. Hope you are well, Delwyn.
love the word temple in this little haiku-- are you back on Kauai? I received your latest wonderful letter which I plan to post soon.. have one almost ready to be sent off- I am a bit slow :-)
Beautiful photos coupled with an equally beautiful and moving haiku. Thanks for this spare but lovely posting, Delwyn.
This flutist thanks youWarm Aloha from Waikiki Comfort Spiral
Hi!I like your poems and your photos.P.S Thanks for joining my blog and your kind comment.Regards
I've always likened wave action to the heartbeat of God. It always draws me closer, no matter at what ocean edge I stand. Your photos are so lovely.
Just found your blog--lovely pictures and words!
oh i wish i wish i could hear the holy flute
Hi allthanks for your visit and appreciating the holy flute with me. Gratitude is one of the most powerful emotions...It takes us from a world of 'have nots' to a world of 'haves' and fills us with renewed energy.Happy days
Those are beautiful landscape photos.
Great photo and haiku.In the evening of Sep 22, you can see Meigetsu (full moon).
thank you roughterrain craneI have noted Sep 22, MeigetsuHappy days
What a beautiful trio. I'd love to take a walk on that beach.
if a person looses his eyes tomorrow, what will be the last thing u showed him?if a person looses his hearing tomorrow, what will be the last thing for him to hear?your haiku and photos have answered these questions for me. thanks, delwyn.
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