Where wind and wave collide

With wind blowing strong
These bold and daring people
Weren’t cowed by this storm

I wrote this haiku watching these two ignore cold and rain, dancing where wind and wave collide.


This Sunlit Sunday 

​Walking upon the shore

Sunlight landing upon my face 

My skin warm, nicely so

Friend talk, warmed hearts 

And children yet again taller 

Than a moment ago 

Evoking parental wonder, and triggering

Eternal frustration for children 

Sun Stretched Upon The Cold Wind

The sun stretches me
Solar motion elongates
Sun in brutal cold

Walking along the Edmonds Waterfront. With the strong wind from the north, the air was brisk, cold. Bright and sunny later in the day, which made our mid-afternoon walk much more pleasant.