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Haiku my Heart #18 Vortex of Love


A Vortex of Love
Ever Swirling towards Peace
Passionate Pass-time
Digital Photo-Art by foxysue

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rebecca said…
good morning sue,

i love your haiku and will be bold enough to say this gathering of hearts and minds for haiku my heart is a vortex of love!
so glad you are a part of my heart.
always.
Meri said…
Love the haiku, but the digital image is spectacular. So colorful and intense!
Stephanie said…
Indeed...what an incredible image!
gemma said…
That is awesome!
So glad you shared your passion.
8-)
I love this image, Sue, and how you transformed it into a quest for peace! ♥
tami said…
a fabulous post - gorgeous image!
eb said…
swirling a tango
as balmy breezes warm us
let's pick up the pace

xox - eb.
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
this image is simply fantastic! It reminds me of fractal art which I absolutely love. I know that it isn't that but the colors are gorgeous and it is so creative and bold. Your are a wizard with your art, really. I love your haiku and I am with you my dear. Let us all create peace in everything we do.
Love to you,
Noelle
Annie said…
Remember when we used to drop paint on paper and swirl it together with a toothpick? I love the technology that allows us to do such as this but it just proves that the more things change, the more they stay the same. I am very happy I fell into the well of your heart this morning.
Nanka said…
Brilliant art work and such a meaningful Haiku to go with it!! Symbolic of a flaming heart, brilliant and very intense!!
deb did it said…
swirling with you Sue...I love your haiku
*jean* said…
gorgeous!! i am happy to have visited here...
Carola Bartz said…
Stunning - and so beautiful. Love the swirl, so powerful.

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