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✒️♥As a logophile – I love words. I respect their power. They can inspire or incite, depending on your point of view. They can change the world or they can change your mind. They can help you explore everything from outer space to your inner-most feelings. They can expose you to new things or help you see old things in a new way. Words can be artfully beautiful, as well. Depending on how they are woven together, they can produce some incredibly beautiful cadences and rhythms, imagery and feelings – not unlike composing music with notes or a painting with colors.♥🖋️ ~Martie Hevia | Blue Beach Song™


Dusky Beach - - WMWelcome to Blue Beach Song™.
I hope you enjoy reading from my eclectic collection of articles/blog posts listed below.

(The more recent ones are listed first.)

Your feedback, thoughts and comments are always appreciated.

All the best, -Martie | Blue Beach Song™

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  1. 2012-December-3 4:00 PM

    I love your pictures, California looks quite beautiful 🙂 I’m enjoying listening to your songs right now on Soundcloud and exploring your blog. I love when people there have wordpress blogs because then it’s easier for me to keep up! Hope you are well!

    • 2012-December-5 3:19 PM

      Thanks, Jennifer, I really appreciate your kind words and, yes, California is a beautiful state. Thank you for listening to my songs. You have a very cool sound yourself. I am on my way to check out your blog, if it’s half as interesting as your songs I know I will enjoy it. Thanks, again! -Martie

    • 2012-December-5 4:13 PM

      You are too kind! 🙂

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    2011-August-3 8:58 AM

    Great blog! Your write-ups on the Casey Anthony case are spot on. I look forward to what you have to say when she finally does an interview on TV.

    Your songs express deep emotions, the photography is beautiful and creative, your designs have a young and kind of funky look, and your poetic writing style are all signs of a very sensitive soul. I’m sure that you will do well with your website and I will always be an ardent fan.

    • 2011-August-3 11:22 PM

      Thanks for your much-too-kind words… I think I might be blushing! -Martie

  3. 2010-April-17 4:18 AM

    An anonymous young fellow, or dame, named Diablo, penned Tree on me. At a site called Intentblog (now closed), I talked about camping by the Missouri River, and mentioned a few of the things, including spiritual awakenings, that I’d experienced at my favorite spot. He must have thought I sounded like I was stationed there, or had put down roots there, in order to call me a tree. Since he claimed to be in his 20’s, I thought of him as a nephew, which made me his uncle.

    Father Tree would have made me look like a priest, and Brother Tree sounds to me like a deacon, and I really didn’t want to be cornered into anything too specific, such as Elder Tree, Sir Willow or Mr. Elmwood. But now that I have a caricature, I believe I’m an oak.

    If you’re up for it, I’d like to feature one of your pics over one of my poems.
    You can decide the rules, details, etc. I would just be borrowing it, of course.
    If you’re interested, let me know. It’s not a big deal either way, okay?

    Have a great Saturday, Martie! — btw, my older brother’s name is Marty. 🙂 UT

  4. 2010-April-14 4:00 PM

    You have some very beautiful pictures, Martie!
    The garden variety especially. Great growing, girl!

    About my visit today — I enjoyed it immensely!
    I so love Spring. Now that I’m a tree, I see differently.

    Really 😉 Hello! UT

    • 2010-April-15 8:46 AM

      Uncle Tree, you are much too kind, but thank you for the lovely words. It makes me very happy to think that perhaps my photos brought you a little joy. If I may, you are lucky to be a tree and “see differently.” Not many have such opportunities. What kind of tree are you? (By the way, trees and beaches are two of my most favorite things… If I could be a tree, I would have a hard time choosing between a Redwood, a white Birch, or a Willow tree, but to be a tree at the beach… mmm, I might have to be a coconut tree.) As for Spring, it is a magical time of the year, and so I wish you a magical Spring day! Thanks, again. -Martie

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