The sea is at play. Its frisky waves punch warm sand And roll with laughter. photo courtesy of Pexels @ pixabay.com ~~~
I wish I could stand right now at the edge of the sea, It’s salty breath a warm caress, It’s rhythmic waves – roll on roll – That surge my way, then break abruptly, Tame and playful, licking my feet. The sight, the sound, the scent – they beckon me: I wish I could standContinue reading “Edge of the Sea”
Happy Day – I am getting an opportunity to play with my friends at Friday Fictioneers once again. If you’d like to take part and write a 100-word story based on the picture below, hop over and check out the details of taking part. This week’s photo is courtesy of B. W. BeachamContinue reading “Friday Fictioneers – 5/9/14 – ‘Treasures from the Sea?’”
Well it does feel good to get back in the saddle with Friday Fictioneers. I have been a little swamped with other work the past couple months and have missed out on the fun. But this week I am going to have even more fun than usual because not only have I written a storyContinue reading “Friday Fictioneers — 10/4/13 — Three For One”
When I think of the sea I remember, with great joy and nostalgia, the year my family and I spent part of the summer on the beach in South Carolina, USA. My sister and I were very young, but the memories of that trip, which included our parents, one grandmother, and one aunt and uncle,Continue reading “WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sea # 2”
Well, Friday Fictioneers is rapidly becoming a habit. There are such wonderful writers out there who take part in this challenge. It’s an honor to be able to work with them on the same material each week, and it’s a privilege to see how wide and far-reaching the creativity can be when so many talentedContinue reading “Friday Fictioneers — January 25 — A Place That Knew Him”
Water Babies My sister and me, aged 3 and 6 respectively, at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina — a long time ago!