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Art, music, pantomime, photos, words and drawings are all useful in telling stories. For example, I am using photos and haiku to tell you about my time at Long Lake in Bridgton, Maine.
Every day for the past two weeks I was able to sit outside by the lake. It never grew old. Sometimes it was very windy. Other times there was a gentle breeze or stillness.
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Of course they only came when there was a wind or when motor boats would go by stirring up the water. But that was pretty much every day. It was enjoyable for me to watch and listen to them as they hit the shore.
Everything about this place inspires me. It is beautiful! There is a little beach area with water so clear that you can see the bottom. On the second day of our vacation I decided to write a haiku about the wind and how it formed waves across the lake.
Waves on the Lake
Wind blows steady on
Small waves glide across the lake
Lapping at the shore
Please tell me what you think. I’d love to read your thoughts!
For other posts in my #write31days series, click HERE or on the Write 31 Days: Photos & Haiku tab above.