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Of Beaches

Sandy feet, messy hair
Endless  blue horizon
Soul at peace.

Today I’m linking in to Haiku Heights #267 – Beach  created by Leo of I Rhyme Without Reason.


  1. Meena Menon Meena Menon August 6, 2013

    Somebody is become the haiku expert now ;). Like , like….

  2. Nanka Nanka August 6, 2013

    Best part of the beach indeed, to watch that space where the sky meets the sea!!

  3. Panchali Panchali August 5, 2013

    Terrific piece, Corinne. I could feel the breeze …messing up my hair 😀

  4. Aditi Aditi August 5, 2013

    Wow beautiful… Would lv some beach air on my face rt now…messing up my hair bt soothing my soul!

  5. Reshma Reshma August 5, 2013

    Very true Corrine. The sun, sea and sand have a magic about them that fills the soul with peace…

  6. Shilpa Garg Shilpa Garg August 4, 2013

    Makes me yearn for a vacation on a beach now!!
    Beautifully expressed 🙂

  7. Kalpana Solsi Kalpana Solsi August 4, 2013

    Oh beautiful Haiku.

    Soul at peace. beautiful lines
    The pic compliments the lovely Haiku.

  8. Richa Singh Richa Singh August 4, 2013

    And it brought back some Goa memories for me. Almost every evening was a reflection of this haiku 🙂

  9. Kajal Kajal August 4, 2013

    That’s so pretty. I have never really!! been to a beach but I guess, that’s how it must be. Lovely Haiku

    • CorinneRodrigues CorinneRodrigues Post author | August 4, 2013

      Oh wow! You better rectify that soon, girl! I absolutely love a beach – it’s my number choice of a place to be attuned with my deepest self.

      • Kajal Kajal August 4, 2013

        I know Corinne…I have been meaning to visit a beach but just never got a chance. I will…some time soon 🙂

  10. Cathy Graham Cathy Graham August 4, 2013

    Ahhhh, that was lovely, Corinne. I enjoyed that little beach interlude and felt like I was there with you on that beach. I love haikus and how they say so much with so few words.

    • CorinneRodrigues CorinneRodrigues Post author | August 4, 2013

      Thank you, Cathy. I’m just learning how to write haiku and still have a long way to go – but I love the challenge of it.

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