Greetings from the east coast! A couple of haiga from these parts…

For those unfamiliar with this term, a haiga is a combination of short form poetry such as haiku or tanka and artwork.

Welcome to those of you who are visiting this blog via Rattle Poetry. I look forward to reading your poetry submissions.

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The first of my oil paintings is of the keep at Narrow Water castle here in Warrenpoint. It was used as an illustration in an article I wrote about this coast for a travel site. The second is Haulbowline lighthouse from the beach at Cranfield, further along the coast.

 

 

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About seaviewwarrenpoint

I am a writer and artist from Warrenpoint, Northern Ireland.
This entry was posted in Art, artwork and poetry, haiga, haiku, Narrow Water Keep, Oil Painting, Original Irish Art, Warrenpoint. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Greetings from the east coast! A couple of haiga from these parts…

  1. Magyar says:

    Stoney Point
    parts all incoming tides
    the gulls comb

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