Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Lieber Magyar,ich lese soooo gern bei dir, deine wenigen Haiku-Worte treffen immer den Kern der Dinge!!!Alles Liebe und Gute dirherzlichst,Edith
Taste salty windgrasp the tide's tailfly with springYour post made me feel close to the ocean ...
Are Jonah crabs (where did they get that name) good with salt?
Thanks Edith and Moonie!__Thanks too, Bill; I don't know who or why Jonah was chosen as a name this crab. Perhaps the ancient fisher-folk of this coast line thought... whale food?
We all have to eat, \I like salty
Thanks all! _m
I love watching crabs scuttling on the beach. As always, D, a perfect description!
Just stopped by hoping you are having a lovely day.
salty spiders-ha! I can picture them!
Good, Magyar !
Your wonderful talent with words has sent me to the shore where I can smile once again in the joy of living~
Oooo!__From pond-side, I do thank you all... Kim, Jenn, Daniele, and Moonie, for your kind comments and wishes! _m
Love it Mjohn
didn't expect the salty spiders, quite a nice surprise, as well your phrasing makes them sound like some sort of delicacymuch love...
I appreciate, cause I found just what I was looking for. You’ve ended my four day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Byevoyance en ligne gratuite
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