Seashell

Seashell

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Beautifully put, Davy. Love the imagery in ‘silent shores.’

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A beautiful haiku, Davy–it makes me want to visit the sea.

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its beautiful Davy..as always.

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Aww, it’s been a long time since I’ve held a seashell to my ear. Too long actually 🙂 Love this, Davy.

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Beautifully written. , I fav this.

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Ooooooh, my my my–Davy, this is beyond exquisite and wonderful!

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I really feel like I’m at the beach reading this poem. My favorite place to be! Enjoyable & peaceful read.

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She said selling sea shells?

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Lovely and evocative….music to silent shores… 🙂

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the seashell is a mystery and something to think about as I try to listen to so much going on around me, the sound of silence says so much more. love your musings Mr D!

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I shall say oooh-oooh-oooh again–I love this one, Davy.

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oh this shell’s sweet song is so soothing, Davy! 🙂

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Perfect poem for seaside relaxing and collecting shells.

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Mr.S thank you for this. I have been looking at the conversation and it does have the makings 0f a poem. I will have a play with it this week and post something. It would be good to see how you how you interpret it.

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