Sunday Sonnet!



While walking on a lonely sandy beach,
Deserted, but for wavelets at my feet,
A gently rolling object, within reach,
For fleeting moment stopped, as though to greet;
It seemed the wavelets paused a little while,
Attention of my spirit to arrest,
Unconsciously, I stopped and flashed a smile,
Which to an innate pleasure did attest;
From whence came such delight I cannot tell,
Though that it did, I never can deny,
From deep within unconsciousness upwell,
Its authenticity let none decry;
Such mystic moments reverie surprise,
Not often, nor so easy to reprise!

Β©Meanderings 2017


32 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. How lovely. Happy Sunday!

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  2. charming, E! though a tad mysterious… you are ever the master! πŸ™‚

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  3. A mystical moment indeed, one with joy and delight.

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  4. How lovely for you.The photo of the waves’ marks in the sand is good.I wish I were on that beach now! :)xx

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  5. A beautiful sonnet and beautiful image….made me wish to be walking on the shore’s edge…Happy Sunday. πŸ™‚ xxx

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  6. A note in a bottle sent many years before, would cause some interesting thoughts as well.

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  7. Ah lovely! it would be a shell rolling in the waves for me!

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  8. What a wonderful poem, being open to magic invites it in, a special moment for you

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  9. Peaceful. But … why am I reading the Sunday sonnet on … Wednesday??? Because I am woefully behind … I am even behind on meals and breathing! Does one ever get caught up? Never mind … I shall just read your Sunday sonnet over again … πŸ™‚


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  10. babushka! Nature makes us smile despite ourselves…..

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  11. or is it in spite ? ha ha

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