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Currents of Satisfaction September 25, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Meditation, Mindfulness, Poetry.
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Sitting by the pool
Contemplating our next steps
No easy answers

Thoughts whirl, twist, and turn
A multitude of options
In one tangled mass

Margaritas fuel
hot, intense conversations
as the Spoonbills preen

Bridge Street Willow sways
“Shift Happens: we gain strength through
flex-a-bil-i-ty.”

Blood pressure rises
and falls, it ebbs and flows, like
the tides in the Gulf

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Undulating waves,
currents of satisfaction,
wash away our cares

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Swimming beneath the
current, we take a respite
from the rolling waves

Gliding through silken
waters, shallow breaths burst the
surface ~ calm returns

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Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. brainrants - September 25, 2011

Your posts always make me feel like I’m at the beach. Which is a good thing, by the way.

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Excellent! We all need a calming, soothing respite from the perpetual waves of life.

Ohm . . . _/!\_

2. ceceliafutch - September 25, 2011

My first thought is to ask if another change is on the horizon. Next, I reach the meditation, view the photos again, and I feel calm. Thank you.

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Change is always on the horizon; life is rarely stagnant.

This is a retrospective perspective which seemed a good lead in to the guided meditation.

Glad to hear that your dad is improving. 😀

ceceliafutch - September 25, 2011

Thanks. 😀

3. misswhiplash - September 25, 2011

Lovely pictures Nancy..just had a terrible moment.. I thought that I should have given you an award to because you are such a special lady but thank goodness I see that you already have it.

Thank you so much for all your help, you are a blessing, so thank you and much love

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Glad to help, Patrecia. It’s not fun when our widgets don’t behave as they should. 😀

4. earlybird - September 25, 2011

Lovely illustrated train of thought, Nancy. Nicely calming.

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Thanks, EB! A calm interlude often is all that’s required to allow our next step to arise slowly from the mists. 😀

5. gospelwriter - September 25, 2011

Such lovely, restful images – and words that lull chaotic thoughts into a state of serenity. Thank you.

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Thanks, Ruth. Sometimes the briefest respite from our muddled up mixed up thoughts is all we need.

6. kateshrewsday - September 25, 2011

Beautiful, uplifting, reflective post, Nancy, thank you so much. I shall come back to read this when the children are in bed and I have time to myself. It is a rest in itself.

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Wonderful! Seemed the right type of post for a Sunday, allowing us to recharge our batteries before the start of the “work week.”

Not that parents ever really get a “day off.” 😀

7. jeanne - September 25, 2011

What a beautiful view while contemplating possible changes…

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

We struggled with worry, fear, and doubt about moving to FL BEFORE selling our house in MD . . . but it worked out beautifully in the end.

Moving here is definitely “one of the best decisions we ever made.” 😀

8. Joanne - September 25, 2011

It’s always a nice anchor to see your posts, even when I don’t have time to reply or if I don’t have anything to say ~ As IF…!

Thanks for the visuals, Nancy…! Beautiful and relaxing ~ even when I can’t get to our West Coast beach as often as you can get to yours 😉

nrhatch - September 25, 2011

Hi Joanne! It’s lovely to have you pop in for a chat when you have the chance.

My plans to head to the beach this afternoon are looking pretty “iffy” at the moment . . . the rains came.

9. nuvofelt - September 26, 2011

Goodness! I had to read this twice. I thought you were implying that you could surf on the waves in your pool…..

Now, I know your pool is larger than ours (we don’t have one), but that would be just plain greedy.

😉

nrhatch - September 26, 2011

There are wave pools in Florida . . . at the water parks . . . but none in our neighborhood. That would be greedy. 😀

10. ElizOF - September 26, 2011

Beautiful and each picture captured a moment and a mood… Enjoyed it all. 🙂

nrhatch - September 26, 2011

Thanks, E! I’ve been enjoying partnering up haiku and senyru with graphics. It makes me want to get out my paintbrushes.

11. Tokeloshe - September 28, 2011

A-a-a-h 😉

Namaste.

nrhatch - September 28, 2011

Thanks, Tok. _/!\_


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