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Haiku my Heart #16 Beseeching Hearts

Hearts Beseeching Hearts
Winging over Vast Oceans
Perpetuating ...
Peace
Namaste

Have a peaceful, beautiful weekend, x

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deb did it said…
oh this is so lovely. and what beautiful images.
~peace be with you too
health, happiness, bliss and joy
all the weekend long~
Spadoman said…
Yes, peace to all. Beautiful images and beautiful words to share. Lovely. Thank you Ms. Foxy. Hope all is good with you.

Peace
Grammy said…
Such beautiful photos, and spirit filled words.
: ) Namaste to you too. My friend.
rebecca said…
sue...thank you for blessing me with your beauty.
perfect morning prayer.
gorgeous....filling me.
Nanka said…
Beautiful and pure images giving much peace!! Love the haiku lines accompanying the photos.
I love the peaceful blog template you have now!!
Stephanie said…
So very lovely, this soft beautiful petal...
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
Thank you for Winging Peace to us all from one ocean to another with rose-petal softness and love. The word "beseeching" is truly a prayerful one as is the word "Namaste" acknowledging the life force, the divinity, the Self or the God in me is the same in all. Beautiful images and words. Thank you.
Love always,
Noelle
I do like the way peace comes into our world through hearts reaching toward each other.

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Kim Mailhot said…
like angel wings...
Peace, love and light to you as well !
Carola Bartz said…
As always, Sue, your images are stunning. I always enjoy visiting your blog so much, looking at your pictures, reading your haikus.
Have a wonderful weekend as well.
paper-n-soul said…
How beautiful. A moving tribute to peace.

Deb
gina said…
I love the haiku and photos. Such wonderful, peaceful images! Thanks for your kind words on my blog today. Have a wonderful weekend. Namaste, Gina
pieceofpie said…
oh the beauty of a rose petal....
Hi Foxy Sue! So beautiful! how did you ever find a perfect heart in one petal? All your images are so striking and your words so full of hope... Namaste, Margaret

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