chilling ocean wind
drives beach combers back in cars
deserted spring beach
Filed under haiku, haiku heights
Tagged as April, beach, cold, haiku, Haiku Heights, spring, wind
Very nice haiku – I can feel that wind. And the photo adds atmosphere as well. Thank you.
Thank you so much for your kind words some days at the beach the wind is absolutely brutal
Beautiful.. just on lighter note – but someone was there to click ..no more deserted..
Thank you, Thank you for reading!
heeey, mine goes around the beach, too. I live by the sea and this really is a special place that reflects seasons very precisely with a mood of it own.
I love deserted beaches, or deserted anywhere, so that I can walk alone without having to acknowledge anyone else’s presence. It’s not that I don’t like people, but when I’m walking in wilderness or on beaches or in forests, I want to give my full attention to my natural surroundings, and not be interrupted by someone’s cheery, “Good morning!” (It was a good morning, until you disturbed the silence!)
I completely agree – I love the solitude- always a nice time for reflection – thank you as always for reading
Lovely haiku ~ well written ~thanks, namaste, ^_^
Thank you for reading !
The best time to walk on the beach. WEll done haiku.
I completely agree! – thank you so much for reading
Wow! Deserted beaches … I love them especially when the strong wind blows. To see the rolling waves … wonderful.
Nice haiku. Great picture too.
thanks – I LOVE an empty beach – even when the brutal wind blows – it is invigorating – Thank you so much for reading and your kind words
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