Coast Along or See the Coast

This week the prompt for the weekly haiku challenge at Ronovan Writes are the words Car & Coast. Mine came from some memories of the past.

IN THE CAR ON THE BEACH

Where I grew up in Florida there were places on the beach where you could still drive your car along the sand. This haiku came from those memories.

Riding in the car

Making tire tracks on the sand

Waves crashย along coast

~gayl wright

 

Coast

DOWN THE HILL

While living in New Jersey, there was a back road with a big hill that my husband and daughters would take on their way home from school. In the winter, with snow on the ground, they would have a bit of fun. [bctt tweet=”My husband would turn off the motor, open the windows and coast down the hill. ” username=”GaylWright”]I guess it gave them a feeling of being in a sleigh! The following haiku was drawn from those memories.

Riding in the car

Open windows, turn off gas

Coast right down the hill

~gayl wright

Be sure to check out Ronovan Writes and add your own haiku! You’ll find plenty of helps on his website.

I’m linking up with: #LMMLinkup, #Glimpses, #SmallWonder

 

16 thoughts on “Coast Along or See the Coast

    1. Thank you, Ruth. ๐Ÿ™‚ I took the picture last year when I was on the Gulf coast of FL. It’s the place where I lost my sunglasses. LOL They weren’t expensive so no big loss.

  1. Dear Gayl, What sweet memories to share through your words! Again, I felt that I was right there with you. It’s amazing to me how such a simple and short form like Haiku can portray such a beautiful picture. Thank you for sharing friend. Blessings and Hugs to you!

    1. Dear Bettie, I’m so glad you stopped by and glad you enjoyed them. ๐Ÿ™‚ I really love the challenge of writing haiku.

      Blessings and hugs right back to you! xo

  2. I love how you have embraced writing haikus. I always think that I would like to give it a try sometime and I should. It brings back memories of elementary school when I was learning how to first create them. Blessings my friend!

  3. I love your haikus, Gayl. Thank you for adding smiles to my day. ๐Ÿ™‚ Your photos, too. Especially of the waves crashing onto the shore.

    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate your encouragement, Vashti. These prompts really are a lot of fun, and I have you to thank for introducing me to them! Blessings to you! xo

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