Another Sunrise

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Photo taken by Ms. Vee 11-11-14

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Photo taken by Ms. Vee

After watching the lovely sunrise
I laid back and closed my eyes
Took some quiet time to envision the
…makings of another glorious day…
Feeling a warm autumn breeze
Early morning feels like May
I’ll leave you now
But before I do
I wish you happiness the whole day through

Written by Vera Robinson
10-30-16
1:40 PM

Underground Storm

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Photo credit Stormy Sea by Alexlinde @www.pinterest.com

Photo credit Stormy Sea by Alexlinde @www.pinterest.com

The ocean violently

…Stirs…

To awaken the unseen

…Living…

In darkness below the

…Surface…

Powerful waves disrupt the

…Serenity…

Of the night

6:43 PM

Vera Robinson © 2015

Waves

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When the wind stirs its

…Breeze…

Over the ocean waves

…It…

Shoves the momentum of

…Natures…

Beauty and dangers

10:30 AM

Vera Robinson © 2015

Encased In Ice

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English: Seljalandfoss, with ice encased path

English: Seljalandfoss, with ice encased path (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’m jolted by a tremendous tremble, and simultaneously, hear several loud cracks. My eyelids are weighed down by something thick and wet. I’ve never felt coldness of this magnitude. My face is freezing. After several attempts, I pry open my eyes. Am I buried in an avalanche? No, it is not snow.

As my vision becomes sharper, I am astonished. I’m encased in ice. The mere sight makes my teeth chatter. I can’t feel my body, just a slight vibration in my jaw. The surface must be warming, and causing the ice to thaw. Fish and seals, are swimming around me. Periodically, the seals bump against the casing. Amazingly, beautiful coral, sponges, and sea animals are thriving below the sea.

What happened? My face is freezing. It’s coming back to me, little by little. I volunteered…I volunteered to be cryogenically frozen. Yes. that’s it. I must have been crazy! I knew the risk. There was no way to revive me, when I was put in this stasis. I guess there still isn’t. But I wasn’t supposed to wake in the depth of the ocean.

 Uh, why am I upside down?

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