Tag Archives: wind
Normally the sea wall is bustling with walkers, runners, joggers, wanderers, Normally the beach is hopping with surf boarders, kite fliers, dogs chasing sticks, Normally we’d sit on a log and watch the waves and the people. But this is … Continue reading
Wind is howling around us branches and trees falling, gusts shake the house. I don’t like winter storms. And though I feel safe inside by a warm fire I’d rather it would stop blowing.
Face into the waves As they buffet your boat. ©Sharron R. McMillan
The wind shepherding woolly flocks of clouds across the sky. ~ Eric Forbes-Boyd
Clean clothes day. There’s no scent like it, clothes dried out in the sun and wind. Not a chemical or spray can duplicate that.
Eerie, invasive, sneaks through cracks we didn’t know were there, grabs anything in it’s path flinging disdainfully aside that which it does not carry away, sucks ones breath, attempts to draw the soul out of the body as other lost … Continue reading
Words without ideas are like sails without wind. ~ Blackstone
Five deer in our clearing feel safer here, more lumber delivered with a thud, sleepless night, power out, candles lit, fireplace glows, power back on, branches hit the roof, sirens in the distance. It’s alright, it’s just the wind. ©2016 … Continue reading
Trees sway, leaves fall, branches become menacing. It is not the power of the wind I fear but the result of that power, not knowing what will happen but knowing what could. Potential disaster all around, I sit transfixed at … Continue reading
Wind in trees. Tree on house. ©2011 Sharron R. McMillan