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Detour to 'B'

A little detour...
a shelter along the way
place for perspective


I've been by the coast for a few days,
the place where my heart resides, my favouite place to just Be,
to contemplate, gain some clarity on life's journey,
recharge....

Of course this is the place that brings me home to my true-self, the thing that fuels my passion,
the enigmatic surge that drives me to capture the moments, that mysterious something that is so hard describe...

But if I could bottle up that mysterious 'something',
that beautiful feeling, I would do so and
ship-it out to all of you...

Hope you all find a place to just Be......

Linking with
Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon



Comments

Laura said…
so beautiful, sip deeply, replenish your well... we will do the same.
somepinkflowers said…
{{ when i was a child
i ran away to the nearby river
for solitude;
now
i run away to the sea ...

~~place for perspective~~



thinking of you & yours everyday
and your RoadMap

hoping
hoping
hoping

you are
finding your way ... }}
readinpleasure said…
We all need a detour every and now and then. Glad you found your way.
Stephanie said…
We all have and need these places where we are ourselves.

The sea always feels like home to me, even though it has never been home...the soothing power and quiet of it.

x...x
gma said…
To that deep place within us all where we connect & let go completely. LOVE.
wabisabipoet said…
Thank you for the reminder to find that place to just be if only for a short time. I need that today! http://wabisabipoet.wordpress.com/2013/09/24/first-day/
rebecca said…
my dear friend,
the beauty of you and your earnest seeking makes the ocean between us an overture of love. see how it cradles you on your side, and rocks me on mine? can you feel how everything is connected and when your longing heart pauses to be restored, every ones heart is replenished? in this way station of love i cannot tell where one heart ends, or another heart begins.
xoxo

Kim Mailhot said…
I have found that place in my very own art this week. It is such a delight for the Soul, isn't it ?
Soak it all in, Beautiful Sue.
Happy Friday !
lovely haiku, photo is exquisite and yes so important to have that 'place to be' ~ Happy Weekend to you. ^_^
carol
Just lovely... I hope you found sweet respite for your Soul... Love the photo too! I feel serenity just looking at it ~ ~ ~

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