the waka are out again
on the big river
blades slipping through
brown water, backs bending
to take the strain
and always that guy
with the megaphone…
A cold mid-winter day, and another walk towards the mouth of the mighty Whanganui River. Once a busy port with international callers, now just a sleepy backwater – although there are plans afoot to revive the port for inter-Island ferries. Remains of past glories are marked by rotting piers beloved by ducks and other birds.
on the mud flats
a dream is something you want to do but still haven't pursued
Historical Fiction with a touch of Romance
Just a little poetry...
... mobius faith imaging ...
Art/ Paintings and more...
haikai poetry matters
Expressing unexpressed thoughts
a place for poetic-ish ramblings on life, love and happiness ♡
POETIC BLOOMINGS, a site established in May 2011 and which reunites Marie Elena Good and Walter J Wojtanik to help nurture and inspire the poetic spirit.
All things crochet inspired by coastal living...
The one who has arrived has a long way to go. --Tomas Transtromer
BY JEDIDIAH PASCHALL
Aquarelle und Zeichnungen von Carsten Wieland