Sun on the Bay–Haibun



Cape May—a “girls’ weekend” on a summery-spring day. We delight in the warmth, and later watch the sun fire the bay. Overnight, the weather turns and rages, but we laugh and have brunch.

April nor’easter,

tom-catting deck chairs scatter–

inside, fond hearts glow


For dVerse, a haibun quadrille. Grace has asked us to use the word sun.



31 thoughts on “Sun on the Bay–Haibun

  1. I love how the sun fires the bay – glorious photo! Looks like a successful girls weekend.

    Thank you Merril for being part of the team and our community.

    • Thank you very much, Rob! We’ve had too many raging storms around here lately, but this was back over a year ago, and it was wind and rain–no lightning or tornado warnings. . .

  2. Ah, Cape May. I have some blushing memories of staying there with my guy (before marriage, but we knew it was for long-time real). 🙂 No matter nor’easter or sun shining high above, it’s a romantic Victorian friendly kind of place. I love the image of the tom-catting deck chairs. 🙂

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