Living Small – See Shore?

Most of the water features in our small city consist of storm drainage ponds or man made lakes. Given the need to stick close to home these days, you can forgive people for fantasizing about being down at the sea shore. Alas, this will not happen any time soon.

See Shore?

Real or illusion,

one might forgive confusion.

Just a frozen pond.

The seas were angry that day, my friend.
At least, there were gulls.
Housing development, not cottages on the sea shore.
Our Canada Geese can float at last. No more “hard” water.

5 thoughts on “Living Small – See Shore?

  1. I would love to visit one of Sligos beautiful beaches! But we are still not allowed to go anywhere and traveling freely within Ireland will be only possible in August ( if there’s no new cases) I can see myself going crazy 😂😂😂

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    1. I hear they are relaxing the distance Irish citizens can travel, at least. Slow progress, but progress. Our “beach” was only about 1 km away inside the city boundaries. Hell, we will grab onto any illusion. Thanks for reading and stay well. Allan

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      1. Our travel distance has been extended from 2km to 5km but at the same time non essential travel is still forbidden. It’s a slow progress and Ireland will be opened in a very detailed step-by-step programm. we’ll get there eventually! Have a good day.

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