Sturdy dock extends arm
Rippled bay churns a frazzled mind
Clouds release a sigh
This entry was posted on 04/24/2012 by Robyn Lee. It was filed under Spring 2012 and was tagged with angst, bay, dock, dusk, frazzled mind, haiku, healing, nature, pain, poetry, Robyn Lee, sky, stones, thinking.
beautiful photo Robyn!
04/24/2012 at 01:19
Thanks so much pojycat!
04/24/2012 at 14:18
Perfect match for me right now – thank you and the photo is wonderful!
04/24/2012 at 01:36
Yes – we do seem to be in sync a lot Jules! Thank you!
04/24/2012 at 14:19
((SIGH))…I know what you mean Robyn!!
04/24/2012 at 04:29
Big ((SIGH)) YES Have a great day teekay!
How nature reflects back to us our true nature. Thanks for another spectacular inspiration. xoxo
04/24/2012 at 05:35
Almost like a mirror sometimes….perhaps a projection? Much appreciate Erran!
04/24/2012 at 14:21
You really are just a wonderful artist…The three lines are so poignant and the picture is stunning….Such a perfect way to start the day…
04/24/2012 at 06:08
Flattered indeed. Never much thought of myself as an artist?! Always liked to write and had creative sparks here and there — but the blog has opened up a different kind of meaningful expressive conduit for me. Really nice, you know? Thanks for all your encouragement David, and have a great day.
04/24/2012 at 14:23
Wonderful…the wide angle works well to extend that arm…:)
04/24/2012 at 07:35
Yes – does feel like an extended arm …. the lens thing is pretty wild….like a magic wand of sorts! Thanks Meryl.
04/24/2012 at 14:25
Great composition. I like how the lines lead your eyes to the horizon. Also a very nice visual with the poem. This a treat to read! Thanks for sharing.
04/24/2012 at 07:57
So happy you enjoyed it onelife! Thanks so much for your lovely comment:)
04/24/2012 at 14:26
04/24/2012 at 08:57
Thank you Scott! Please forgive … Not sure who Jeff is. Don’t think we have one here?! And hubby has same name as u so no excuses on this end. Guess its that “churning” brain thing:) appreciate your awesome comment for sure!
04/24/2012 at 15:59
04/24/2012 at 17:34
I love this photo and the quote describes it perfectly.
04/24/2012 at 09:46
Glad you liked it Renee!!
04/24/2012 at 14:28
Keep your chin up Robyn. Yet again great words, thank you.
04/24/2012 at 09:50
Thanks Chris….working on it Really appreciate!
the way this one is shot,
it kind of reminds of a crossroads of some kind …
just my initial reaction, will ponder on it a bit more …
stellar words to accompany the awesome photo once again Robyn:) thanks
04/25/2012 at 20:45
Jim – such great vision you have. Yes – pretty much right on. Have avoided medical intervention now for over 1.5 years hoping I would just manage this myself, but seems I need a little help. Was not keen on the idea of jumping back into the medical model, so yes – a crossroads!
Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment!!!
04/26/2012 at 23:48
This is such a serene and peaceful scene.
04/27/2012 at 12:50
Thank you silently…yes – I agree it was one of those scenes that stops the breath for a split second and resets your psyche…
04/27/2012 at 12:57
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