Saturday, November 8, 2008

hopeful beach huts

in a quaint little fishing village
beside the turquoise sea
there's a row of hopeful beach huts
like sirens calling me


they speak of tranquil mornings
of sand and shells and sun
a gentle breeze caresses
as dolphins jump in fun



the message of these cabins
is one of hope and peace
a washing of the senses
a soul's most blessed release


my soul will be awakened
when i venture there
love and joy will surround me
i'll be hopefully aware

this new mixed media collage is titled "hopeful beach huts". it is 36" x 18"on solid aspen. it is a tribute to my time on the florida panhandle.

enjoy your weekend! i'm off to have coffee!

9 comments:

cindy : quaint said...

i can't say it enough, i love your poems in context with your collages. do you print them and attach to the collage in the back? they're just perfect together. enjoy your coffee and weekend.

julie king said...

thanks, cindy! i really appreciate your kind words and support! i have been attaching the poems to some of my smaller pieces, the ones with the wooden dowel rod easels on the back. this piece is going to hang in my living room. maybe i'll frame the poem next to it. i'm working on some smaller beach hot pieces today.

3rdEyeMuse said...

oh! I am thrilled you stopped by ... "hopeful beach huts" is so lovely & happy ... I also took a peak at the items in your Etsy shop and am still grinning from ear to ear. :) I look forward to spending some time exploring. ~M~

Ginger said...

Such warmth. Visiting your blog is like the sun poking through the clouds.

Mmm said...

I love your colours. More wonderful art. You are so talented.

Strider said...

Very nice. Hope the coffee was good!

steviewren said...

The poem and the artwork are both fantastic. I love the line "beside the turquoise sea there's a row of hopeful beach huts like sirens calling me."

Michelle (artscapes) said...

This is my first visit and I love your blog! This post is exactly why... Beautiful work!

Dada's place said...

Very nice! Your colours are always wonderful! This piece has a warm atmosphere which i like! :)