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Haiku my Heart #20 Thinking ....

Praying for Japan
Hearts Stretching Around the Globe
Touches Rising Sun 

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Ramesh Sood said…
Beautiful..This touched me somewhere deep inside..
Prayer knows no geographical bounds. Wherever we are we can pray, knowing that good will flow from our intentions.
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
Thank you for this beautiful and remarkably wistful post, filled with love and compassion for the Japanese people. Thank you for mentioning ShelterBox as well. I am moved beyond words by your heart-opening message. I pray for their lives and their future, especially the future of children.
Much Love,
Noelle
Marilyn said…
The whole world is praying, we all unite in the care for each other. Japan helped NZ after the earthquake in Christchurch last month and now a NZ team of experts is helping Japan. We all reach out to each other.
Wonderful art and words.
Annie said…
I think we will all be absorbed with the tragedy of Japan for a long time to come. I pray the third hit of this triple tragedy - the nuclear power plants - will refocus the world on the need for better energy sources.
rebecca said…
dear sweet sue,
such beauty here magnified by love! thank you for mentioning shelter box. i am so thrilled to be a part of realizing the tangible gift from the blogging family to japan.

love love love your haiku and art. incredible!
Nanka said…
Very touching and the world extends a helping hand; we know somewhere deep within, that the land of the Rising Sun will rise up like a phoenix to shine once again!!
Boonie S said…
Very appropriate.

Best wishes, Boonie
Grammy said…
Hi Sue, The images and words are both incredible. I did not do a dream board this month.
Well wishes sent your way. :)
glh said…
I love that a haiku can be so simple and yet so poignant -exactly as you have captured here. Beautifully juxtaposed with stunning and impressive images -are they your own beautiful creations? Thank you x
foxysue said…
Hi glh,

Thank you for your comments, the images are mine but the oriental lady was collaged from a magazine. x
pieceofpie said…
the beauty of love and compassion shines bright in your beautiful ku.... love the dimensional space within each art work, as if our prayers have reached across the short space and embraced their tragedy holding up those who cannot stand... thank you...
Dear Sue~ These paintings are so beautiful and meaningful! I love the image you evoked of our hearts reaching around the globe to Japan to touch the rising sun. Perfect, spare, moving Haiku.
morememes said…
A haiku seems most appropriate at this time as a vessel for our thoughts.
Beautifully illustrated by you.
A post both stirring and soothing at the same time.

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