Tag Archives: water
Green seedless grapes like the rain falling the past few days.
The day we went out for prawns there was a small octopus in the trap with the prawns. Hisnibs reached in the get it out of the trap, it curled all of its tentacles around his wrist and bit him … Continue reading
We did our shopping, checked the post office, got diesel and then went down to the beach and enjoyed our Ice Cream on waffle cones at the end of the walking pier, staring across to Vancouver Island. Lovely moments of … Continue reading
Until you know you will not drown, you must not try to save anyone else. Stay away from those who are also thrashing about trying to survive, lest in their panic you both are sucked below. You are tired. It … Continue reading
I will lift up my eyes and see beauty and hear birdsong in the trees. I will count my blessings one by one and care for those around me. I will not let fear turn my head nor my thoughts … Continue reading
Blank Verse My mind is like a leaf floating on the surface of a stream – depth, colour, no sound, content to drift whichever way breezes blow or waters flow. Blank mind, blank verse. ©2013 Sharron R. McMillan
The underwater colours are so brilliant right now, I love to just sit and stare at the little pond in our back yard.
May you always be in the right place, at the right time, with the right people, doing the right thing. ~Old Irish Blessing
Fragments of thought splash the shattered cortex of my cerebellum do not alight, can not enter, only bounce about until they settle in a puddle somewhere inside my brain lost forever in folds of intelligence unable to decipher something as … Continue reading
Rain, wind, cold. I fill our antique claw foot bathtub with hot lavender scented water and submerge my body and my thoughts. Gratitude for clean, safe water washes over me and I pray for those not as fortunate in our … Continue reading
Like standing on the edge of a white sand beach when the tide is low and the sky is clear Nothing mars the perfect landscape devoid of all regrets or fear. ©2019 Sharron R. McMillan