Posted by Claudia Moser on 3:44 PM in , ,

As per Writers' Post Instructions

1) Your goal is to take this picture prompt above and use it as an inspiration for your post.
2) Use the random word provided by the Random Word Generator. This week the word is ‘nascent’ in your post.

Not me. No ideas
Have I. But dreams, oh yes!
At last, sweet touching thoughts
Of sea

Sea Shells
Sandy beaches
Colour explosotions around
How I enjoy exploring
Sea life

Slowly emerging
Calm evening lullaby
Child playing smiling



You're coming up with some lovely written words in your posts these days my friend. This is really sweet. My inspiration seems to have gone out of the window as well! LOL!

I'd like to be there too. Beautiful stanzas!


@Diane - the more I write the more words come :))

@Joyce - me too :=)

You made this seem easy--and it turned out wonderfully!! Thanks for joining in the hop!! Cheers, Jenn

Claudia, I love the pictures you paint with your words.

That was really good. I love the picture too!

I have yet to be able to write poetry as beautiful as yours. Such lovely words...thank you!

I'm pondering on this one...

@Jenn - well it's not always easy :) but I love your challenges!
@Sarah - the picture was selected by Jenn, ur chief in command within the group :))
@Barb - thank you my dear!
@Susan - giving my best, thank you!
@Sush - good :)

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