Wanderlust Sunrise


The morning had arrived as evening had passed, the sun arose from the depths below as we began the days end. The breeze from the sea soften the morning sun as we plunged into the water, I could feel the depths of another world appear and reality seem to disappear yet, the immense beauty of morning made reality seem so surreal. Wanderlust was his name as he stood there with this captivating light, a nomadic aura searching for his next journey, curiously seeking a tantalizing satisfaction to his desires. Wanderlust with his enigmatic tone and virtuous eyes saw the world in a way that others could only perceive for his love of his creative mind. The immense beauty of life that surrounds the world, he is able to cherish each glimmering moment with his nomadic aura as wanderlust paves his way to an eclectic enigmatic beautiful life.

Claude Monet Impression Sunrise 

“The grand show is eternal. It is always sunrise somewhere; the dew is never dried all at once; a shower is forever falling; vapor is ever rising. Eternal sunrise, eternal dawn and gloaming, on sea and continents and islands, each in its turn, as the round earth rolls.” – John Muir

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Karen SK
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4 thoughts on “Wanderlust Sunrise

    • thinking.is.free. What an honor…your such a talented writer. Thank you for your nomination as I am new to blogging (sharing my writing) with the public and fellow writers who appreciate the love of writing! thank you!


      • thinking.is.free.

        Thank you! Talented writer 😀 Believe it or not, I just recently started as well. You’re welcome, best of luck, and keep it up! 🙂


  1. Thank you for finding my blog and for following. What a lovely photograph for your page! I love water lilies. I hope you will visit my page often. It is a bit of a mishmash, but that’s how I am! Again, thank you.


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