Jekyll Island Beach 2012

Jekyll Island Beach 2012
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Sunday, July 3, 2011

This is My Peace

The Rogue Speaks:

Thanks to a post by Mari Sterling Wilbur, I have decided to expande my horizons and participate in Roy Durham's Poe-a-tree Blog Event. Roy has given the following prompt: You are standing at the shore, looking out at the sea--what are your thoughts? Of course, it needs to be a poem. Please display all the links below and and add your own to the list. Try to visit everyone who is participating, please.

Clara Garza http://jewelryboxdelights.blogspot.com/
Sue Larson http://suelarson.blogspot.com/
Melissa Tandoc http://www.grazieadio.blogspot.com/
Mari Sterling Wilbur http://www.mariscamera.blogspot.com/
Jan Neel http://jovanecatharticmusings.blogspot.com/
Megan Johnson http://starrlilly.blogspot.com/
Sulekkha Rawat http://sulekkha.blogspot.com/
Roy Durham http://royd-spiltmilk.blogspot.com/
Judie McEwen http://rogueartistsspeak.blogspot.com/





This my peace,
My solitude.
On this shore
I am renewed.
Nothing can
Touch me here.
The healing waters
Gather me up
And rock me
gently.
This is my peace.

13 comments:

Roy Durham said...

peace it is. a love poem and thank you for coming to the beach. you have a great looking blog here. and i am adding you to my blog roll. i see an old friend of mine here Mr swarrow cactus. i have a picture of him and me somewhere. i will share it when i find it. thank you for join in and god bless

Jo said...

Judie ... keep moving forward girl ... that was beautiful!

Judie said...

Roy, the above photo was taken at dawn on Jekyll Island, a National Seashore off the Georgia coast. We are going there in a few weeks. We have been going there since we were children and are going back to celebrate our 25th anniversary.

Jo, thanks for the sweet comment.

La said...

That is exactly how I feel about the seashore. You described it eloquently.

Pondside said...

You could have been writing about my healing place. Beautiful.

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, that is gorgeous, Judie! I am a "beach" person so I can totally relate to this in such a profound way.

Happy 4th of July to you and your family!!!
XO
Cindy

Ames said...

Gosh this sounds like my SC post would work for this.~Ames

Jo-Ann Sanborn said...

Peace--I can feel it! Thanks, Judie

JJ said...

Judie: Thank you for explaining why I live near the ocean.

Sarah said...

Love it! I'm not trying, or it will be the biggest joke of the month... :)

☆☆Mumsy said...

Judie, this is such a beautiful poem, and has a calming effect on me!

One of the Guys said...

I like your economical style. You say in a few words, what most people have a hard time conveying with ten times the amount of words.

Amado III said...

I was googling for an old post of mine when I came across your blog that included me in it.

I do miss Roy and the hops he initiated.

I love your poem and image.

Lots of love.