Saturday, April 24, 2010

At Waters Edge

The smell of salt water,
The boats bounce slightly up and down,
as the current runs beneath their boughs,
The shadows dance as dusk proceeds
ending the warmth of the suns rays.
The waters tells its own story,
The seagulls fly above,
seeking any remnants of the day.
The boats are secured up tight
to dwell in silence through the night,
And when the dawn returns the day,
the fishermen arise,
they glance again out to sea,
living the life they ought to be.
Softly they can hear the calling of their name,
The beckoning out to sea,
And off they go,
To return from where they came.
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22 comments:

  1. Very nice. Love your new look; especially the flowers at the top!! Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. That was lovely. I felt as if I were seaside for a moment.

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  3. wow cinner...that was amazing...returning from wence they came...i can hear that call...so well done...

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  4. love this writing - beautiful

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  5. I didn't realize how wonderful you wrote my friend, you should do more of these post, absolutely wonderful.
    Love your new look sweetie, you always amaze me with your changes.......:-) Hugs

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  6. When I first moved out here I spent 18months working on boats... Your fabulous writing has made me realise just how much I miss it. It is just as you described.

    Perfect.

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  7. Love, Love, love the new look blog!

    your poem is beautiful, I have images of fisherman hauling in nets of a misty morning, and drinking warm coffee to wake them up.

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  8. I could hear the call of the open sea. Beautifully written!
    Hugging you
    SueAnn

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  9. Cinner, you bring the scent and the sounds
    into my livingroom. I can feel the gentle
    sway the pull of the water, the boats moving
    with.

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  10. Your art talent shows up in the changes you make to your blog so often, Cinner. Very nice writing in this post too. Hope you have a wonderful day.

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  11. I'm sitting here in the quiet of a Sunday and reading your poem. Cinner, my love, you're a blessing.

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  12. sharp observations of the motions or emotions around the sailing boat...
    beautiful poem!

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  13. Oh, beautiful...I can hear the call of the sea...and I want to answer! You have so perfectly captured the allure of the sea...and I want to echo the encore!! You are such a fine poet! Your art finds its way so beautifully into words! Love, Janine XO

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  14. Janine, thank you. I love nature no doubt about it. Thank you for your lovely comment, I am overwhelmed by the response today. love ya,

    Jingle, hi nice to meet you, I have only ever been on a sailboat once, the waters were rough and I have never forgotten it. I do love to walk down by the Marina in Vancouver when I get a chance. Have a great day. Thanks for visiting

    Holly your the blessing, I am always thrilled to have you visit.

    TechnoBabe, Thank you, Just letting you know I am going to do a post for you on doing the window to look like Stained Glass. I have not forgotten about you asking about it. It is a product called Crystal Clear, comes with paints, etc. Very easy once you get the hang of it.

    Cynthia, hi, right into your living room, I am glad. I think I lucked out with this one. First time I got such a response..Have a great day, hope to have you visit again.

    SueAnn, thank you, we are even then because I could feel your paper today when I read your post. lol. Kindred spirits. Have a great day.

    Shadow, I am always thrilled to see you stop by, your comment means a lot to me. Hope you are well. I tried to leave a comment the other day and it would not let me. that happens every once in a while. Maybe I am having a preSenior moment. lol.

    Liss, thank you. I have always wanted to go out to the Maritimes in Canada, Any pictures I have ever seen seem to call my name...someday I will get there. Hope you and your kids are well. take care.

    ED...18 months, your almost a pirate girl...lol. now I know why you have your bird. lol. You must have loved it, have you recovered from your company. I always love hearing your stories. hugs to you.

    Bernie, Thank you, let me know if you want my help again...although I love your blog look, I have not seen another one like it...but the offer is there. Thank goodness the snow did not stay, but at least the yard is starting to turn green. have a great day, hugs.

    Char, thank you, I hope you enjoyed your weekend and that you are feeling better. take care.

    Brian, thank you....from wence they came, WHERE have I heard that from before....lol. thank you so much for your comment. I so love reading your posts and often think wow....have a great day.

    Sara, it is nice when words can transport us even for a moment. Hope you had a great weekend. take care.

    Lois, hi thank you. I took the photo of the flowers at the Muttart Conservatory, they have 4 pyramids with different climates in each. It is so beautiful and peaceful. Hope you and the Colonel are well. Hugs to you. Take care.

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  15. Beautiful piece, Cinner. Your words created a whole picture of the scenario, so nostalgic. The end lines are amazing.

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  16. Sashindoubutsu, thank you, so glad you stopped by. I am glad your back. I have missed you. Take care.

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  17. Such beautiful words Cinner! Happy Monday to you! xo

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  18. a very special day to visit here ..your writing is so emotional and very descriptive ...

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