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A Walk at Nyack Beach: An .@ImageCurve #haibun

Haibun Poems, beach

The Hudson surges against the black boulders of the Nyack Beach shoreline. A woosh of water on stone is a chant in rhythm to the river’s tide.

Frankie bikes around a bend in the dirt-and-granular track. We follow on foot, content to be left behind for a time.

Hook Mountain
Casts a wide shadow
Wind caressing waves

first published in Image Curve, August 8, 2014

Posted here first

Photograph from unsplash.com

for dVerse Poets’ Poetics: On Wandering & Observing (pubtended by Anmol (HA))

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21 replies »

  1. I like the dark shapes, the black boulders of the Nyack Beach shoreline and the wide shadow of Hook Mountain, and the sounds, the ‘woosh of water on stone’ and the ‘wind caressing waves’ – your haibun has transported me, Frank!

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