Standard Posted by Brenda Davis Harsham Posted on August 3, 2014 Posted under Photography, Poetry Comments 44 Comments Marina Fairies Among the white yacht-trees, Zipping near and far, Marina fairies splash and play, Sleek, trim and yar. Copyright 2014 Brenda Davis Harsham Ways to Quickly Share this:TweetEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Fairyfairy talefriendly fairy talemarinapoemPoetry Post navigation ← Japanese Garden Magic Fae Rose Fairy → 44 thoughts on “Marina Fairies” Luckily for me Google knew what yar meant – added extra – making the poem even better. Reply I learned the word from an old Cary Grant and Kate Hepburn movie, The Philadelphia Story. A great movie if you can borrow it from a library or watch on Netflix. Do you have Netflix in England? Reply We do – but I’m not much of a movie watcher – but Jackie watches enough for both of us! Reply My hubby doesn’t watch many either. I watch them all. :-D Reply Maybe it’s a girlie sort of thing – men prefer Ninjas and Transformers and things that shoot and splodge. Reply My hubby is into Science Fiction movies…. LOL Love SF books – but I found the movies a bit of a disappointment – maybe I’m just not a visual person. I sometimes wonder if it’s the control freak in me – I like to go at my own pace not the pace set by the movie action. My biggest irritation with ebooks is how difficult it is to flip around in them. My hubby likes to watch so he can then tell me how much better the book was. And that’s a hard thing about e-books, but they do have bookmarking and search. Search is pretty cool. Do they play with dolphins and mermaids, Brenda? Smiles, Robin (Sleek, is a cool way to describe those water fairies!) Reply They are friends with the dolphinis, the merfolk and the sea lions. :-) Reply Love it! An excellent poem. Reply Thanks!! Reply ;-) do so love ports .. Reply I love the white forest in the shallows. :-) Reply Yes I can imagine a beautiful image … did you take the photo on the post? Reply Yes, all photos are mine unless otherwise indicated on the photo in a caption. Nice … photo. Not this one. I’m back on Monday, kids on Wednesday. :( Loved the poem Brenda. Yar. I like that word. Sounds as if your break was just that. Enjoy the rest of the hols. :) Reply Wow, that seems early to me. We don’t go back until September. I hope you have a magical, fulfilling few remaining days! Reply Lovely. I can’t wait to get back down to our yacht now to watch those fairies play. Reply Alas, a yacht is only in my imagination. Reply :-( Reply My dad has a motorboat! :-) Reply Beautiful post Brenda! Reply Thanks!! Reply Oh, how lovely Brenda!! I like Marina fairies! :-) Reply :-D I’m glad you dropped by, because I wanted to visit you, couldn’t find you in my reader and the name of your blog was on the tip of my tongue…. LOL I am not as smart as I used to be, but shh, don’t tell anyone! LOL Reply avast ye fairies of the sea! Reply With selkies and merfolk, they make three! :-) Reply Cute. Reply Thanks! Reply Whimsical and fun. Lovely work! Reply Thanks! Whimsy are us. :-) Reply Beautiful! I love this! Reply Thanks! I have been in a maritime frame of mind since staying on the houseboat. LOL Reply Oh yes that would do it for sure! I think! I’m glad you got to so that! Hugs to you!😄💗 Reply I do feel pretty happy I got to do that. It was my favorite thing this summer so far. :-) Reply I would love that too! :D I haven’t done a thing all summer and now I’m out of time! Time goes by so fast! :D Reply It’s only Aug 3!! Don’t say we’re out of time! LOL the kids here go back to school next week! That’s hard to believe! Wow. A moment of silence for your loss. We have another month. Oh I know! Lol that was so cute! It’s cruel to go back to school in the heat of the summer! Poor little kiddies! The parents are probably happy. :-D Excellent, Brenda! Reply Comments welcome! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.