31 comments on “Beachhead

    • The photos are not mine, but representative of where I spent last winter!
      The wine in Panama was amazing and so inexpensive it just flowed…
      As did the ink!

      nice to see you tonight,
      e

    • I was there for six weeks staring at the people and the water, unwinding…
      It was fabulous, Rachael and spawned some very satisfying ink!
      The beginnings of a book, had I stayed.
      It’s time for an adventure.

      e

    • Believe it , Bobbie, it was truly paradise…
      Folks everywhere, with smiles upon their faces!
      Perhaps I’ll repost one or two of the pieces.

      e

    • NYC is in the house!!! See, It’s always exciting when YOU show up, Louis!
      I’m glad you hear it, my friend.
      More proof that a new escape must be planned!

      Love seein’ you, brother

      e

  1. Oh, the whole ensemble is mesmerizing! To return to beginnings is a long journey, but you give it a beauty and grace that make the journey worthwhile. 🙂

    • I have been on the mountain too long, MJ. Time to return to the mother, the sea…

      So glad you enjoyed!
      hugs
      e

    • I wish I had some of my own from this journey, but I had made a conscious choice to bring no gadgets!
      I traveled the world as we always have, with a few days clothing, a journal and a pen…
      Such sweet release!

      Thank you, Jamie
      e

    • I am determined to get a real camera and shoot as I write and then post with my voice recorded, a sort of carnival of me!
      If for me, cooking and knitting worked with the words, I would do it!
      That sort of thing is working for others, keep pushing, Jen, find the edge of the envelope and then purify.
      Blessings
      e

    • Yes it is, joanna and soon I plan to be off on another!
      Bless you for saying hello, poet…. 🙂

      e

  2. Well, as everyone else, I love the pictures, but your writing puts almost all of us in the pale… LOL, well, me at least.. haha. You do have a beautiful way with words. I don’t think I’d be able to focus long enough to write that well or intense. I love reading your work, though I admit, it blows me out of the water every time 😀

    • Your writing has the one necessary ingredient for greatness, Keli, honesty…
      Stick with that and you’ll be just fine.
      That’s why I read YOU, even though politically we are poles apart!

      Blessings 🙂
      e

  3. e, I really love your writing and live by the sea so relate to your poem, I have returned here after a lifetime in cities, it is a blessing to be by the sea again 🙂

    • I fled to the mountains, but am now feeling the mother’s call…
      My next stop will surely be near water.
      Thank you for the lovely comment!

      smiles
      e

    • Thank you, Don, I am more than happy to feature good writing on my page, if everyone did this it would make spreading roots here much easier!
      Glad you like my WordPress version of a MYspace page, lol, it feels like home to me… I still miss the old page and peeps!

      smiles
      e

  4. Having grown up on the U.S. Atlantic coast, this poem takes me home..
    so very much enjoyed the journey, the memories, the poetry!

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