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Wind’s ephemeral joys on sand


Wind's ephemeral joys on sand ©copyright2014owpp

Wind’s ephemeral joys on sand
©copyright2014owpp

Words might not suffice
Should not compromise
The blissful walks
And peaceful talks
In a world of sand and dunes
Where wind and waves rule

Wind... ©copyright2014owpp

Wind…
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Unusual twig ©copyright2014owpp

Unusual twig
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Gracious space ©copyright2014owpp

Gracious space
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Man on sand... ©copyright2014owpp

Man on sand…
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Quality & serenity ©copyright2014owpp

Quality & serenity
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Blissful walks ©copyright2014owpp

Blissful walks
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Wind's signature... ©copyright2014owpp

Wind’s signature…
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Sand waves ©copyright2014owpp

Sand waves
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A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

9 responses »

  1. Lovely poem and series of photos. I love the dunes and the way the wind sculpts them, the way they are forever changing. I enjoyed walking among you images this morning.

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  2. Surrounded by snow and separated by two many months and miles from my beloved beach, it was a delight to walk among your beautiful dunes for a moment this morning. Serene and peaceful; warm and inviting; healing and inspiring. Thank you for sharing a piece of our world that is missing from mine.

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    • You describe so eloquently winter & its isolation I can but feel empathy 🙂
      When we do not have snow we go to the beach in all temperatures even the coldest but only for one and half to two hours (unless we have an exceptionally mild winter) then come rushing back for a warm soup to save us from winter’s clutches.
      Thanks for visiting & commenting it is much appreciated 🙂

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  3. Thank you for liking “Wind Carvings.” I enjoyed reading the poem and seeing how the wind shaped different patterns in these sand dunes. Your wonderful post makes me think about how there are so many mysterious and interesting forces at work in the universe. 🙂

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