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Genaya
Aug 22, 2016
Wonderful Puzzle make me feel like I need to go on a little holiday to a place something like this would be great for me.
Taffi
Mar 16, 2015
Loved this picture. Just imagine being able to walk through the waves as they gently wash against the sand.

Sorry I haven't been posting much. I'm going through a depressive episode that has me OK one moment and few days later, I'm down. Dealing with it to the best of my ability. And meds!
dbnc2
Mar 16, 2015
Don't let it win
guineagirl
Mar 16, 2015
I have gone through episodes of depression my self and the best thing is to just take the time to relax and not worry about anything or anybody but yourself. :-)
Jingles
Mar 14, 2015
Beautiful, nice and peaceful. I'd take that for a good vacation spot.

Thank You God for all of the beauty you give us.
darambo
Mar 15, 2015
Jingles don't lay under a palm tree or a coconut could fall on you, like what happened to my husband.
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2015
Just like home for me and love living here. A prelude to my "mansion in the sky" woohoo!!! Hugs Jingles.
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2015
Oh my goodness darambo, hope he wasn't hurt. :(( Hugs.
dbnc2
Mar 15, 2015
God is so good
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2015
And a big Amen to that dbnc. Hugs.
nicoleo
Mar 14, 2015
I was doing this puzzle when I heard about the cyclone in Vanuatu and surrounding areas. My heart goes out to everyone there.
toadalove
Mar 15, 2015
Wow I did not see that!
trynfindit
Mar 15, 2015
Hi nicoleo,
We all pray that those in or near the Vanuatu cyclone do not have too difficult of a time.

Don't think I've seen your name before. Have you been on C4J long? It's a wonderful site.

What part of the world are you in?
trynfindit
Mar 15, 2015
Dummy me, I meant to say the cyclone near Vanatu. :\
nicoleo
Mar 16, 2015
Hi, trynfindit. I have been here maybe a year or so....Usually keep quietly to myself, lol. I am on the west coast of Canada, near Vancouver.
trynfindit
Mar 16, 2015
Neat. I've heard that Vancouver is really pretty.
pixipixil
Mar 14, 2015
We have never been anyplace tropical. Maybe next year we could try it. It's scary to leave the country these days amd Hawaii is so very long a trip. I don't like just flat sand and water. Hmm. Not being an ocean swimming fan, just beach unless there are dunes and shells to collect seems to me to be a boring time after a couple of days. Any suggestions?
Wishing you all relief from heat and cold.
talent
Mar 15, 2015
I love Jamaica. It's never boring even if you don't swim in the ocean and there are plenty hotels with pools.
nlbuchanan
Mar 15, 2015
I agree, pixi, too much of a good thing gets boring. If I could walk the beach to "forever" and explore the different trees and ocean colors, that would go a long way towards making it more interesting. A couple hours with a book on a beach would be about all I could take. Short attention span?
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2015
Never boring pixi, this is one the Lord gave me in 1988 and nothing has changed
LISTENING TO THE WAVES

Listening to the sounds
of the wave's watery, froth tipped fingers
Surging to and fro
Washing the sand and
Leaving shadowy lines in their wake.

As the tide lifts the water skywards
There is a momentary pause
Before it crashes down, touches the shore
And recedes back into the ocean once more,
Drawn by some invisible hand
Without the strength to hold it in place.

A lone gull plundering the sand
for the night's spoils
Spreads it's pale grey wings
as though to take flight
flexing against the brisk sea breeze.
Walks on short stilted legs
towards the water's edge
Then utters a mournful cry as though lamenting
a lost love.

Coarse yellow sand
The grains of which in even a handful
cannot be counted
Flecked with shells, small sand-smoothed rocks
broken coral and seaweed with its pungent smell
in abundant, never ending supply.

The fresh sea air
brings new life
into tired lungs.

The sounds of the surf
Echoing time and time again
Peacefully drowning out
the sounds of every day living
Peace and tranquility abounds
a soothing sound to tired and weary souls.

And then once more
it is time to go.....
Reality awaits
Easier to face with renewed strength
Both in body and soul
From this precious time spent
Listening to the waves.
(c) No 508 - 8 March 1998
sunsetsky
Mar 15, 2015
Where do you live pixipixil? What about a cruise that would go to different places, where you could go on excursions?
nlbuchanan
Mar 15, 2015
Don't get me wrong, I love the beach and agree with every word of your poem, aussie. It's the "sitting there with a book" part that I would find boring. Walking the beach, splashing in the waves, looking for "treasures", - that I could do for days and weeks and months and...nlb
pixipixil
Mar 15, 2015
That's one of your best poems so far, Aussie. I especially like the part about the hand without strength to hold the wave back. You see, you are near enough to find that as a wondeful break in an otherwise busy routine, but suppose there was absolutely nothing else to do but sit there on a flat beach. Eventhough waves are one of my favorite things, I can only stand to watch them for an hour or so and then I need other things. Like nlb and I say, a dune or two with shells and private nooks to explore is what I have to have to complement the rhythm of the ocean and the planar shore.
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2015
Thank you Pixi. Hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 16, 2015
Hugs to you, too, Aussie. Get the book of poetry done and published.
globug
Mar 15, 2015
Where are you Aussie? Hope everything is OK. Is the cyclone in Vanuatu anywhere near you? Hope the people affected by the storm will recover soon.
aussiesapphire
Mar 15, 2015
Hi Globug, I was here just very tired and didn't post a comment. No we were not affected by the cyclone in Vanuatu, it is 1925 kms or 1197 miles from here. Thanks for your care and concern. Hugs.
globug
Mar 15, 2015
Glad you're OK. Guess I should of looked up the geography first.
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2015
No problems, just appreciated your concern. Hugs.
hockeyfan
Mar 15, 2015
I love the ocean waters and palm trees. So relaxing when you can find a nice quiet spot like this.
JamieT
Mar 15, 2015
This looks like a very relaxing beach - as long as there aren't typhoons, cyclones, or hurricanes. Are they basically the same thing, but given different names because of the location?
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