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Haiku my Heart #22 Magnolia Moments

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Subliminally Springing 

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Spadoman said…
They are all very beautiful, but I love the third one down from the top. Makes my imagination soar. Looks Foxy, Ms. Sue. Nice.

Peace
Meri said…
Oh - your garden is further along than mine. My little magnolia is still tightly budded.
tami said…
beautifully sublime!
rebecca said…
amazing!
i was thinking pussy willows...then suddenly
delicious white flowers,
i had no idea!
Marilyn said…
Very beautiful, words and photos.
Noelle Renee said…
Thank you Dearest Sue. Lovely Blossoms from the Flower of your precious heart. A Life Force Springing forth in Pure joy to support the people of Japan. May they bloom and grow again! Beautiful post!
Blessings and Peace,
Noelle
jo©o said…
Hiya Foxy,

You showed how the subliminal can encompass the sublime without us realizing.

Always seems that the mink jackets are a touch too dominant for those flimsy white frocks :-)
An absolutely incredible post, Sue! The haiku makes me feel with all my heart that Japan is re-building in the way a honeycomb of bees would: everything is being done subtly, imperceptibly, and one day...voila! It will have returned, just like spring. And your haiku told us this through nature and the vernal season. I am always impressed by your ability to do both macros and soft out-of-focuses. The first one is unique in that regard! I love them all! ♥
Ramesh Sood said…
Just simply beauitful.. what else can I say.. I an completed soaked in delight..
pieceofpie said…
the most beautiful of beautiful... capturing those moments that pass so quickly from bud to flower... praying for japan... love the connection of strength, renewal... new birth...
somepinkflowers said…
a soft furry shawl
covering protectively
the sweet white blossom
My garden haven said…
Your haiku and magnolia blooms say it all.
Rosie

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