Monday, February 7, 2011

Our Day at the Shore



Carried piggy back
Due muscular dystrophy
Enrapturing sea











The Haiku Challenge !

13 comments:

Jingle said...

deep and cool Haiku.

Jingle said...

deep and cool Haiku.

bodhirose said...

I felt a tender sweetness in this lovely haiku. Thank you for that.

lynnaima said...

Sad and lovely at the same time...the prints are because a loved one is carrying another....nice!
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Reflections said...

Beautiful images of a stroll along the beach... double-edged but peaceful, I'm sure.

Don't know if you will get back by my place, in answer to your question: A Cassay is a cobbled area as in a cobblestone path or roadway. The more common term is causey. I believe cassey is a Scottish form. I was looking for the term for the person(but I could not find it) other than a mason or bricklayer. I know there is a more endeared term by those who do this type of work... I stumbled across 'cassay' in my search and fell in love with it.

Nanka said...

....and so the deep imprints are left.
It can be really very difficult to walk in the sand that way but surely a pleasure to share the sea and the breeze!!.

Mike and Sandy Patrick said...

Life must be lived so that there will always be someone there to carry you.

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ocdbloggergirl said...

Lovely, deep. I never could do haiku.

Someone is Special said...

deep thoughts, Kristen.. Loved it to the core..

Someone is Special

subtlescribbler said...

wow! every imprint is worth inspiring in this case...touching!

sarah

Julie Jordan Scott said...

Although I do not know your exact experience, I know the carrying and being carried. Lovely.

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Ann said...

To be carried, it is love at its purest. Lovely

Myrna R. said...

Nice. In spite of the sadness of the illness you cite, you convey joy.