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Haiku my Heart

This is my first post linking to the beautiful blog of Rebecca at "recuerda mi corazon" I had never heard of the word haiku before but wanted to be part of the group that happens on Friday because such wonderful words and images are posted with lots of meaning.  So after Googling (although Rebecca does explain, I sort of missed it somehow!) this is my contribution, I think I've got the gist of it?

The Beauty Beneath,
Reflects the Beauty Above,
A Cyclical Source!


rebecca said…
i love your haiku...
your skinning down to bare beautiful words.

so glad, so happy to have you join us in this
simply act of distillation.

i would love to sit in your picture, beside you, and share the wonder of it all.
Spadoman said…
Awesome photo, and the description does it justice. Good stuff here!

Ramesh Sood said…
This is well said..
Ms. Moon said…
Not just the gist. You also have the gift.
Debbie D. said…
Very beautiful...both words and picture!
Marilyn & Jeff said…
Wow, this is wonderful. The haiku and the meaning of your words as well as the photo are brilliant.
paper-n-soul said…
As above, so below - perfect. What a gorgeous photo. Nicely done!

Meri said…
You've got "English haiku" form down perfectly. Some people also do 3-5-3 haikus. And welcome! It's a great group.

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