Sunday, February 27, 2011

Ides of March


As the March wind blows
waves break 
on rocky shores


Low tide tosses up
Pretty painted faces

 In a viscous pool
Covered with seashells
 Distance separates


Fate has brought 
 
Me to these shores


Fin

Sunday 160

painting by joanny
 
As the March
wind blows
Waves break
on rocky shores.

Low tide tosses up

pretty painted faces
in a viscous pool
covered with seashells

Distance separates
fate has brought
me to these shores

Fin 




 

35 comments:

  1. Just beautiful, Joanny! I love the shores locking lips and the fin-end pun. Very clever.

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  2. Great ,great , great..... you did it again.

    greetings and a nice Sunday.

    Joop

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  3. Très jolies photos, Joanny! et pleines d'amour.
    J'ai surtout apprécié le saut du poisson qui va rejoindre son amoureuse dans son bocal :-)
    Good sunday!

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  4. Joanny, you are an endless supply of talent. The second I saw Ides of march, I jumped up to get a birthday card for Abby in Texas. Thanks for the reminder and this sweet poem. We used to catch those little fish for the aquarium in the fl. keys. Have a wonderful Sunday.
    warm thoughts to you. yvonne

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  5. Wonderful subject , wonderful pictures.

    Yvonne.

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  6. Such a beautiful poem, I truly do love it!

    Hope you are having a fantastic weekend :)

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  7. very nice....even in the seperation...the distance you still find something of beauty...perhaps there is something in that...smiles.

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  8. Fate brought you to the shores, and you brought me. Thanks. :)

    - Alice

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  9. A nice post dedicated to Pisces, in the poem as in the pictures, they say my sign (Scorpio) has much affinity with Pisces, not whether it will happen but the women in my life are Pisces.

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  10. March is still a future, 2 days of February left:)The first picture makes me think about holidays!

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  11. Beautiful poem and pictures Joanny. I always feel that March is a month filled with so much hope and light, after winter and darkness.
    Wishing you a nice week.
    Warm hugs,

    Berit.

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  12. Kissing gouramis...used to have a pair. Great Sunday 160. Thanks for adding your considerable talent.

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  13. How i wish to be able to understand the tides of life and their force ...

    Please have a good new week.

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  14. How I wish to dream like you, poetically.

    Thank you for your most beautiful visit, leaving poetic words as you leave.

    xx
    Dore

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  15. Joanny, i will have to revamp my vocabulary to sing praises of your posts. "Ides of MArch" always remind me of "Julius Caesar." How I liked that play.

    The picture-poem with fishes look absolutely wonderful. You will make a wonderful teacher, Joanny. Wait, are you one?

    Joy always,
    Susan

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  16. Really like the thoughts in this.

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  17. I love that it's warming up around here :) It gets me one step closer to summer and water. I have always been part fish and can't live without the waves, sand and sun. Love the darling fish pictures! XO

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  18. I love the picture of the shell with which has been terminated. Greetings.

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  19. Distance separates
    fate has brought
    me to these shores-how true it is that seperation is fate, poignant.

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  20. Joanny, I love watching fish, so I especially enjoyed this poem and post. Well done. Thank you!

    Hope all is well by you ...

    Jamie

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  21. Glad it's a viscous pool and not a vicious one! :)

    When I was a kid I always thought it was the "eyes" of March. :)

    xoxo

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  22. that's a lovely encounter of the self in and with the shore- so much it has to offer.
    Colorful poem and deep, as the sea
    Great one again my dear Joanny
    :)


    D.

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  23. I love your maritime theme this time - well done

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  24. This is so enchanting! Breathtakingly serene. You know I had one of those shells the last mollusk in the pic, I gifted to someone ;(
    I yearn to own one now- I have a huge collection of shells- all displayed! Your words simply transported me how it would be to be picking them from the shore..

    Those fishes.. great story told!
    Sunday hugs xx

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  25. You are so talented. Photographer, painter, writer. This is a wonderfully uplifting story. Made my morning after a nightmare filled sleep...

    Maybe March bring you all the good things...Joanny

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  26. You transform words from ordinary to high-impact. Thank you for a very inspirational post!

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  27. Great variety of pictures to accompany your inspiring words Joanny.

    Thanks for the kinds words over at my place as well.

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  28. Hello Joanny,
    thanks for your nice comment in my blog. It's been some days since I've been posting.Everything is fine with me, just having i short break, but I'm coming back soon.
    Have a nice weekend my friend.
    Warm hugs from
    Berit.

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  29. and april is just around the corner. wishing you a great weekend.

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  30. Just wanted to say that I always read, watch and enjoy your posts, but have a problem to make any intelligent comments! Like this time!

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  31. Joanny, it has been a while. Hope you've been well. I did not find any posts, so I thought I would drop a line here.

    Joy always,
    Susan

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