Boulders on the shore of Lake Tahoe, Californi...

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Water laps the shore,
summer breezes inspire poets,
boulders tell stories.

Gently rocking boat
lulls agitated spirit,
sun warms the weary.

Join us at the MMWP to start the week with a bit of relaxation!


16 thoughts on “Tahoe–MMWP

  1. booguloo says:

    Very nice. It looks like a great place to fish as well… smiles..


  2. Very relaxing, peacefully beautiful! Loved it!


  3. Mama Zen says:

    I need to be there!


  4. David King says:

    Your poem managed to add something to the image, which I hadn’t thought possible when I first saw the photograph. Well done, indeed.


  5. Bodhirose says:

    Just reading this let me relax. A gentle boat ride on calm water is soul restoring.


  6. brian says:

    ah, such serenity…i often find it in nature…and by the lake shore all the more…

    thank you for your kind words to an old man at dverse today…smiles.


  7. I love the photo, the faces in the rocks (stones), clear lake, reflections, cool crisp air for a sharp mind. You words warm the weary in a kool way. I’ve had quite a two day pack. This is very nice; very very very nice. And boulders do tell stories, and allow places for poets to sit and listen and be inspired.


  8. souldipper says:

    I love the rocks telling stories. Allow me a small indulgence, Victoria: I was shot like a canon ball across the distance, lava sizzling on my every bounce until I lay soothed and coddled in cold water.


  9. TheMsLvh says:

    Your description of Tahoe is perfect! Been there, loved it. Loved your choice of words, brings the calm.


  10. Bill says:

    Ahhh, a much needed peaceful thought


  11. vivinfrance says:

    Calming, soothing, your escape is perfect.


  12. I wish I lived in a place where there were summer breezes. This is my favorite line: “lulls agitated spirit”


  13. mish says:

    Tranquil and therapeutic … one can actually feel the sense of peacefulness in your words … 🙂


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