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Bliss Bubbles

A Beautiful Place to Linger, visit  

As the sun streamed through my kitchen window, 
I had no other option, I was captivated by light .....


House fills with silence
chasing the last creak of door
bliss bubbles beckon


Comments

Spadoman said…
Since life's journey has changed my existance from worker bee to retired old man, my duties also changed. I am the being responsible for making sure a couple of the youngsters get on the school bus. I get that relieved feeling every day when that door creaks and the silence is golden. Looks like you gather around the sink to play in the dishwater. Nice stuff here today.

peace.
Boonie S said…
A haiku about washing up? Wow! Very creative.

Have a nice day, Boonie
gina said…
Wonderful photos! The last one is really outstanding!
Kim Mailhot said…
Love this ! I had a talk with my meditation teacher last week about how doing dishes can be a mindful joy ! Hey, bliss is wherever you make it , right ?
Happy Friday !
rebecca said…
always follow the light.
what better captivation?

your haiku is so perfect. who here among us cannot relate to the silent peace that enters in, with the last slap of a screen door!
thank you for opening your door, beauty and light to

us!
Meri said…
bliss bubble beckon!
Woo hoo -- I love that last line.
EG Wow said…
Beautiful! Your haiku fills me with joy. :)
Kimberly June said…
Love the middle shot with the reflection.
Marilyn said…
Yes, a beautiful sunny moment when all others have left, just you in the house.
Bing (PinkLady) said…
what a blissful haiku! i love it!
Noelle Renee said…
"Captivated By the Light", "Bliss Bubbles Beckon" and "House fills with Silence--this is a meditation for you--a sacred moment, and the photo in the third frame is a reflection of a beautiful Soul, Yours.
xo,
Noelle
Leo said…
Blissful bubbles early in the morning! A delightful Haiku! :)
deb did it said…
these are really cool shots, and oh how I adore the moment of silence when that last door shuts you inside!

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