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"Sea Shells"

Updated on June 1, 2012

Subliminally Thoughtless Poetry Challenge

Poem Written

by Cruelkindness

Poem Title "Sea Shells" created

by Vellur

Sea Shells




indigo grins of skyline peer on horizons


that electrify the waves of soothing emotions


to shine glistening waters to the heavens as


light breeze enters charismatic tranquility


of seascape serenity in milky sands


that shimmer rhythmic light of hypnotic


enlighten essence in the paradise


of whimsical vibrant moments


to dazzle into majestic shells


fluttering on gentle cloudlike tides


arriving in ravishing elegant gifts


lining along frosted dreamy shores





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    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      Fifty syllables

      Twelve lines in four sets of four

      Forty sincere words

      Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)

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      haikutwinkle 

      6 years ago

      Whisper

      in sea shells

      let it flow out to sea

      ---

      Heavy with sorrows

      they drown

      into the depth of sea

      ---

      One day

      it will be released

      of all sorrows

      ---

      And float

      to meet the sand

      a cycle of collecting, releasing...

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      Jose Juan Gutierrez 

      6 years ago from Mexico City

      I love the sea. I met the sea for the first time when I was 8 years old, and it caused a tremendous impression on me to see the immensity of the sea for the first time. Your poem transported me back to those extraordinary moments of my life. Voted up! and awesome!

    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      Olde Cashmere - Honored to see a comment from you.

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      Olde Cashmere 

      6 years ago

      Such descriptive and imaginative writing, this was a joy to read cruelkindness. Voted up and beautiful :)

    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      carol3san - Thank you for commenting

      pickesandrufus - I enjoyed reading that you will think of my poem next time you visit the shore. Awesome!

      BeyondMax - Perfect state of mind to be in. Lovely Comment, thanks.

      Deborah Brooks - I want to go to the beach now too, thank you for your enjoying comment.

      Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 

      6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      well you are describing what I love the most .. the beach and seashells.. Bless you.. you did it so well and beautiful

      voted up.. now I really want the beach

      Debbie

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      BeyondMax 

      6 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      I fell in a dream...don't wanna wake up! =) You have a really poetic, smooth style, I feel so weightless and floating on a cloud with you...

    • picklesandrufus profile image

      picklesandrufus 

      6 years ago from Virginia Beach, Va

      Your poem sounds so very dreamy. I live near the seashore, but have not seen it in all the serenity and beauty you describe.I will remember your poem the next time I visit.

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      Carolyn Sands 

      6 years ago from Hollywood Florida

      Hi there. I like. You are pretty amazing. Voted up.

    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      And sparklea - Such a beautiful response and I am so warmed by your merits. Thank you

    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      tobusiness - Thankful to receive a heartfelt comment from someone as yourself.

      Vellur - Thrilled you have left such an fulfilling comment.

      Michele Travis - I am more than grateful of the feed back of you and your words.

      jhamann - Honored to see your comment being you were one of the first to see and comment on one of my first posts here on hubpages. The challenge I did with out thinking about it, not sure were I am going with it yet. I am enjoying a connection that's being made with everyone regardless. Thank you sir,I enjoy your wittily charm.

      writer20 - Joyce, you have always given refreshing comments and I am glad to see your rising poems recently. They are remarkable!!

      Voronwe - The Enticing Poet, obliged by your comments as usual. Love your modest vibrancy in your under the skin poetry. Thank you

      kj force - Always appreciative for your honesty you wear in plain sight. Thank you

      Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)

      After I did this poem it made me wonder why in the world am I behind a computer screen when I should be seeing the world, cause I know at my end of days when I look back I will not remember this screen...

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      kjforce 

      6 years ago from Florida

      Cruelkindness..you took on this challenge and have as far as I'm concerned..you have blown them out of the park..your words are jumping off the pages..with such elequence..kudos on another great hub !!!!

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      Sparklea 

      6 years ago from Upstate New York

      PS: FORGOT TO MENTION I ABSOLUTELY LOVE LOVE LOVE THE PICTURE! Blessings, Sparklea :)

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      Sparklea 

      6 years ago from Upstate New York

      cruelkindness: The title is perfect. Voted up and beautiful. I could feel it all. Love the phrase, "to dazzle into majestic shells fluttering on gentle cloudlike tides..." I NEVER would have thought of that tremendous description. Thank you! What a great writer you are! Blessings, Sparklea :)

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      Voronwe 

      6 years ago

      The imagery here is gentle and yeah, utterly dreamy. Wielding a powerful lens as well as an abstract mind -extraordinary, cruelkindness!

      "enlighten essence in the paradise

      of whimsical vibrant moments

      to dazzle into majestic shells..."

      Surreal! Loved this.

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      Joyce Haragsim 

      6 years ago from Southern Nevada

      I used to do collect seashells but we moved away from the beach, great shame.

      Vote up and awesome my friend for this beautiful poem, Joyce.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 

      6 years ago from Reno NV

      I agree with tobusiness, this poems brings memories of beaches I have loved and beaches I have yet to love. By the way what is the "Subliminally Thoughtless Poetry Challenge" sounds interesting. Jamie

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      Michele Travis 

      6 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Felt wonderful, calm, wind, and the beach. It is amazing that poetry can put feelings into people. Many poets can't do that.

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      Nithya Venkat 

      6 years ago from Dubai

      Just came back, switched on my laptop and saw your amazing poem.You write poetry with a unique style and flair - your poem has given a whole new meaning to the words "Sea Shells".Beautiful and awesome. Thank you for writing this poem. Voted up. Thank you for linking to my hubs.

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      Jo Alexis-Hagues 

      6 years ago from Lincolnshire, U.K

      Now this is my kind of poem, I feel completely transported to my favuorite tropical beach, the gentle waves caressing my feet, the salty breeze in my face, oh yes... brilliant.

    • cruelkindness profile imageAUTHOR

      cruelkindness 

      6 years ago from an angle view.

      Gypsy rose lee - always love your comments, been slaken on reading other hubs. I am soon looking forward to yours. I am going to do your titles next. I'm. Thinking haiku for all three.

      Anyway your such an awesome soul.

      Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      6 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Works for me. Walked along the beach of dreamy frosted shores and collected some seashells.

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