Poetry on adrenaline
09 Apr 2012 15 Comments
in Haiku/Senryu/17 Syllables, Poetry, Word Prompt
Tags: Asher Rousseau, Poetry, seashore
Jellyfish stings, sand rashes,
Sunburn. (Not ideal)
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Apr 09, 2012 @ 19:09:25
All those not so nice things which can harm you on the seashore. Lovely written.
Apr 09, 2012 @ 19:30:58
Thanks! I’m not always such a Negative Nancy, but thought I’d share a dissenting view this time
Apr 09, 2012 @ 20:20:46
oouch…that hurts ~ a twist on the prompt, very nice ~
Apr 09, 2012 @ 20:25:41
Thanks! (And people wonder why I don’t like the beach)
Apr 09, 2012 @ 22:07:30
I have been there … Fortunately, it is not like that each and every time. This is my Day 9 ~~ Stretches of Seashore.
Apr 09, 2012 @ 22:39:47
Yes, I’m glad it isn’t! Enjoyed your take on the positive side of the seashore
Apr 10, 2012 @ 00:02:03
The gift and the curse of summer! Beautifully expressed!
Apr 10, 2012 @ 00:07:04
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it
Apr 10, 2012 @ 08:02:55
Well, you take what you get, huh?
“Six Takes on ‘Seashore’”
Apr 10, 2012 @ 11:12:46
Yup, “You take what you get and you don’t get upset!”
Apr 10, 2012 @ 19:55:40
No, not an ideal getaway. We’ve all been there and can relate; you captured it well.
Apr 10, 2012 @ 23:33:57
Thanks–the beach sure has its charms, but it also has its downsides
Apr 20, 2012 @ 00:45:32
Beatutifuuly pointed out.. I spent so much time on removing sand grains from my feet every night.. when I went to seashore for a vacation.. RS:)
Apr 20, 2012 @ 00:46:20
Forgive spellings of ‘Beautifully’ above.. typoerror..there was being careless a bit..
Apr 20, 2012 @ 02:25:32
Haha, I actually didn’t notice when I first read it–I must be tired! Yes sand gets everywhere–inbetween your toes, in your scalp, on your afternoon sandwiches (where they got their name, perhaps?) and in the corners of your eyes. Still, the ocean is a beautiful place
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