A personal miscellany.
Fabulous interpretation and image.
Faces carved with the storms of experience mingled with safe harbors. Lovely words of recognition!
Lovely blog Mandy but oh dear I've just found the Scilly webcam page ........sigh.
I like the thought, maybe they have stories to tell, words to share in front of open fires and open hearts
..every life is an epic-for those who wish to read..many thanks for a lovely photo and the words that have so much to say..
Lovely photo. Such faces do seem to hold a host of stories.
I enjoyed the photo and your haiku … reminding me of the ‘stories’ in all our faces.Hugs and blessings,
A great tribute to those who brave the sea. Those faces probably do have lots of stories to tell.Great haiku, thank you.
Wonderful poem and the photo is great. Having lived with "men of the sea" for a few years, I recognize the 'look' about them. Thank you.
So much character in those faces. Marvellous!weed it out
Returning today to comment.To sheepishly admit that since I read this yesterday, I've had the Looking Glass's "Brandy" in my head and I am driving everyone crazy with my relentless warbling...You sure are stickin with me!"... and the sailor said, Brandy, your a fine girlwhat a good wife you would be, but my life, my love, and my ladyis the sea"
And lovely faces they are, full of stories.
awesum ku and photo
Ah, how warm and thoughtful!
The look of the maine fisherman. Hard life, good stories.
The perfect image for this wonderful poem!
lovely. :) salts encrusted... few words providing so much backstory.
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