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Sabbatical Bliss September 21, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Gratitude, Nature, Poetry.
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vanarsdel8Happily, we go
nowhere and do nothing that
matters in the least

Palm fronds sway, stirred by
the slightest breeze, as we plant
our feet in the sand

A day of no note,
no remembrance, no rhyme ~ the
moments slip away

Pelicans convene,
a circle of contentment,
amid fishing lures

Gentle giants float
past the wooden fishing pier
searching for a snack

Delight filled dolphins
Dive beneath the currents and
Leap high o’er the waves

A tropical cruise
beside coastal cays reminds
me that I am home

Flowing through the day
No reason to watch the clock
Sabbatical Bliss

Aah . . . that’s better!

* * * * *

Artwork by Maitte Van Arsdel  available at Island Gallery West.

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1. spilledinkguy - September 21, 2011

Oh…. that’s nice…
sounds so relaxing!
Ahhhhh….
🙂

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

Even ten minute mini-sabbaticals are conducive to our physical, intellectual, emotional, and psychological well-being. 😎

2. ceceliafutch - September 21, 2011

Sounds heavenly. . . ahhhhhhh

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

We all need those days when we can leave our wristwatches on the nightstand and flow through the hours in a state of Sabbatical Bliss.

3. Linda - September 21, 2011

Yes indeed that is very relaxing.

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

For you, perhaps an arts and crafts session with your grandson . . . with no time commitments at the other end.

Aah . . .

4. brainrants - September 21, 2011

… and beer.

nrhatch - September 21, 2011

Or margaritas! 😎

5. misswhiplash - September 22, 2011

I love the ‘parrots’ such wonderful beautiful colours.. and I envy you your vacation.
Here is BG it is getting to the end of summer and it is getting nippy, so would you like to swop?

love P

nrhatch - September 22, 2011

Nope. But thanks for asking. 😀

Until we moved to Florida, autumn always arrived all too soon ~ I was never ready to pack away my shorts and flip flops. Now, summer lasts for 6 months of the year and the other seasons have to complete for the remaining 6. A much better balance for me.

6. LittleMissVix - September 22, 2011

Sounds lovely!

nrhatch - September 22, 2011

It is. So much wildlife to watch . . . along with undulating waves.

I feel like I am finally “home.” 😎


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