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I’d Like to Dance

I’d like to dance

upon the waves of the sea

like seagulls upon the water

beneath the shining sun

like twirling leaves

in the autumn… 133 more words


A Choice of Love [Day 97]

WHAT WAS LOVE? she mused.

She knew it was probably something good; it should make someone feel good, not small and worthless and trapped. So, yes, perhaps in some ways love should be freedom. 119 more words

Adbat Writes

Dance of the Sea Anenome

A book by Jean Sprackland called Strands ‘A Year of Discoveries of the Beach’ inspired a search for Squirts, and Sea Mouses, and all the other coastal beings that live beneath our feet, under our noses, within reach of our fingertips. 63 more words


Sea Mist [Day 22]

MIST CURLED AROUND the black outline of rocks; the invisible surf hissed against the craggy shore. Faint beads of moisture glistened in the deep grooves, while the sea salt hung in the air. 93 more words

Adbat Writes

The Tree Of Death

The little apple of death hangs from the branches of the tree of death.

On a hot July day in 1521, Ponce de Leon, his body ravaged by agony, rolled his eyes toward heaven and, most likely, screamed his way into the hands of his God.   401 more words


Christina Georgina Rossetti: "By the Sea" [ca. 1866]

Christina Georgina Rossetti 
— a noted English poet
Literary movement: Pre-Raphaelite


The Project Gutenberg EBook 
“Poems”  by Christina G. Rossetti
GOBLIN MARKET, ETC. 231 more words