Miz Quickly’s Day 6: Sea View

That morning it was blue sky and calm sea, but we trusted you too much.

Written to prompt for Miz Quickly’s Day 6: A view of the sea, One Liner Wednesday #1LinerWeds, Photo by Marcus Woodbridge on Unsplash. An American sentence: 17 syllables. Image: storm hitting the lighthouse in Porthcawl UK, Shared with @Experimentsinfc #APoemADay on Twitter   ©Misky 2021


9 responses to “Miz Quickly’s Day 6: Sea View”

  1. Crap!! That is one hurl-slinging wave!

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    1. We know how to do a proper storm around here.

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  2. At first, I thought that was a person, standing on the seawall….
    Great image/ write, Misky.

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  3. 🤣 S’well written!

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  4. Thanks for the one-liner and a beautiful photo of an angry sea.

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  5. Whoa! What a photo!!

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  6. I was visiting Port Washington, Wisconsin. There is a lighthouse by the pier and an older light house station.
    I was able to go back about a year or so later – you couldn’t get to the light house because the retaining wall had been destroyed by weather… Very relatable line.


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