Sunday, 3 April 2016

Tyrella


Back to the beach where we played in the sand,
time didn't matter and nothing was planned.

Back to the sea that made us squeal from the cold,
laughing and splashing, no care in the world.

Back to those rocks that are made for adventure,
hands dipped in pools, just never quite sure...

Back to the place with the pockets of treasure,
so many shells all tumbled together.

Back to the beach to watch my kids play
next to the shadows of yesterday.


Linking up with Photolife's My Sunday Photo and Victoria's Prose for Thought

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful photo, it looks so calm and peaceful. The poem is just perfect.

    Thank you for linking up

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  2. We managed 2 beach days last week, one of my favourite places to go. Lovely photo and poem

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    1. Thanks Fiona - lovely going back, lots of happy memories, and the weather was kind!

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  3. Stunning photo Tracey and lovely words too. x

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  4. What a wonderful poem to go with such a beautiful photo, you've captured the skyline perfectly

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    1. It was such a lovely day - don't usually get that many on trips home to Northern Ireland!

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  5. Aww love the words and that photo is amazing! This weather is really a great way to go back to places we miss during the colder months. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Thank you. Lovely to get a good dose of sea air - blew the cobwebs away!

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  6. Gorgeous words and picture! I miss being near the sea in Denmark. My children have yet to visit an English beach which I hope to rectify soon enough! :) Hope all is well x

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    1. yes, thanks Emma - nearly there! Husband home at the end of the week. Can hardly believe it! x

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    2. Fantastic! You must all be so excited! :) xx

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  7. Ah, those shadows of yesterday! Lovely poem and picture.

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  8. this is a wonderful scene. look at that amazing blue sky. the clouds are beautiful and the figure in the foreground gives it a feeling of happiness and joy in their surroundings.

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  9. Oh my goodness, this poem brought tears to my eyes. It is totally beautiful, I love it! The photo fits perfectly too. Thank you for linking to Prose for Thought. Hope to see you tomorrow xx

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