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rocks and stones for One Deep Breath
The wildness of the sea. I like the rabbits braving the elements. Rosexo
The first reminds me of going fossil hunting with my dad, though our land had been underwater, so we got fossil shrimp instead of ferns.Thank you for bringing back that memory!
Beautiful. Your poems are like sweet pauses on a quiet walk. Thanks. Mine's up, too:http://slcpoems.blogspot.com
Love these little observations of nature Juliet. Beautiful.
truly lovely photos and haiku...also great news as often when i am hiking in rocky areas, i fear any hole could be a home to snake....now i can just pretend that ALL of them are rabbit holes!
Good eye, Juliet!
I love the comparison between the fossils and the seaweed in the first photograph.I'm not sure about the anthropomorphic epithet "brave" as regards the rabbits. Burrows in rocks like these are more often the home of puffins rather than rabbits, so I'm glad you clarified the matter.
rabbits, next time we'll see them in the trees, I have to check some bird-boxes :) Nice haiku.
Beautiful - words and images!
Beautiful nature! Photos are gorgeous and the haiku wonderful!
The imagery of something so delicate leaving its calling card on rocks . . . now that's a beautiful thing!!!!!! I so agree with others who have commented on your keen eye!
Rose - I like brave bunnies too! Plain Foolish - glad my haiku brought you nice memories.Sandy, Janice, Bill, left handed trees, coconutannies, glad, tumblewords - thanks!Susan - yes, they're all bunny holes! Ricardas - bunnies in the trees, now that would be something!Gerald - well put it this way, if I was submitting the haiku to Heron's Nest, I'd take out the 'brave' but having had a pet timid bunny, I really appreciate the bravery of these bunnies. I would have thought the holes were puffins too except for the bunnies we saw. Eventually puffins will probably take over.
This is really beautiful.Love the pics.
where you are is incredibly beautiful & your words draw me in for a visit...
I just love low tide. Very Zen-like this first one. Thank you.
How amazing that rabbits actually burrow there. What tenacity!
how beautifully told...low tide...heaven on earth you have spoken..umm..written..
thats beautiful - traced on the rocks, lovely sentence. I cant think of a thing right now with this topic! must think harder! lol...you seem to write so effortlessly!
That's one of the places I would have loved to get to, but didn't have time for. I particularly enjoyed the first of the two haiku
Catherine - you certainly need time for Orkney, do go if you ever can, its wonderful!
both just lovely!!!!
i especially love the first one... delicate and yet powerful.
Fantastic! The first one really brought me to the sea. Thank you.
wonderful pictures and poems! thanks!
The top one is beautiful.
Lovely mix of permanence and transitory in first observation.
Your haiku reminded me of our recent trip to Cape Cod. I love low tide. We saw fox living in the rocks.
Delightful. I enjoy the thought of the rabbits, always seens as so fearful, being so brave.
I love the texture evoked by the ferns traced on the rocks. I am surprised about the rabbits digging homes on the sea cliffs. Here, in AZ, the rabbits are brave because they live happily amongst the coyotes.jodi barone
like the quietness from those haikus
Patois - yes that's what struck us too!Barone - your rabbits are brave too! We were surprised also to see the rabbits leaping around near the cliff edges!
I'm a city gal so it's nice to experience this here.Thanks,bes
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