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Zihuatanejo Morning

11/23/2012

I found these words I had written while staying on the boat.  After reading them I decided to post them. Somehow they felt therapeutic.

Clouds of pink and light blue randomly spaced across the sky.  The sea gently rolls  toward the shore reflecting the colors.

A light sweet chatter of  birds  fly all around. Fish  feed on their morning breakfast.  Mostly small ones on the surface dart back and forth to get out-of-the-way of the big ones below. Sea birds fly above doing  gentle passes while soaring on the light cool breeze, looking for a school of fish to dive into.

The air is a comfortable 70 degrees while a light breeze adds to the peaceful feeling.

Fisherman quietly approach my boat,  tossing a hand-line over to the fish hiding underneath. “Buenos Dias” is exchanged back and forth in a whisper, so to not wake those sleeping on deck.

From town faint sounds of traffic off in the distance.  Lights on-shore begin to fade.

The sun shows signs of peaking over the eastern mountains on the horizon.  Rays of pink, yellow and blue light jet straight up as if announcing the start of a new day.

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