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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Sunrise @ Small Stories and Stuff

This is Sunday morning, but I'm pretending it's Saturday, as I am only now writing my Saturday Centus.  (Using the word "centus" very loosely this week), Jenny Matlock, our leader in these things, must have her knickers in a twist about something. She gave us only 15 words plus the prompt, which is "Before I die, I want to..."  Really?  The word centus denotes a hundred, doesn't it?  You can read all about the rules and read the other entries by clicking on the Saturday Centus button on my sidebar.  Be sure you take a look around Jenny's blog at ...off on my tangent...  You will find some great things there  

Nonplussed, I endeavor to carry on.  

Sunrise


Before I die
I want to ride
a dophin’s back
at sunrise in 
an ocean of peace.


© cj Schlottman

15 comments:

Deborah said...

Ooh ... me too!! Wonderful :o)

moondustwriter said...

aww - I've swam with them not on them. They are beautiful and strong creatures

Jo said...

oh this is a beautiful dream ...

Daydreamertoo said...

I would love to swim with them.

Nonna Beach said...

Beautiful imagery and lovely sentiments...I love it !!!

Cheryl said...

This is a beautiful image and an even better metaphor. Thanks CJ.

Ames said...

A beautiful vision! Thanks for sharing it!~Ames

Viki said...

Beautiful sentiment.

Sue said...

Perfect!

=)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

That sounds like such a wonderful plan. I want to go with you. Well done! laurie

gautami tripathy said...

Lovely...

puerile ennui

Sean Vessey said...

Sweet! take me too...

jabblog said...

What a tremendous experience that would be.

Jenny said...

CJ! My arms are covered in goosebumps and my eyes are tearing up over the simple beauty of this post.

What a glorious dream.

I would love to come along with you!

Wanderer said...

Since seeing the dolphins at Seaworld as a child, I've thought it would be so "free" to ride a dolphin's back! Lovely!