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Haiku my Heart #26 Royal Heart Beat

country cottage stirs,
feels strange throbbing pulsation, 
Big Ben Beating Loud

Wonder what's happening today?


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miss*R said…
I am watching! I am a total royalist here in Australia.. :) xo
Grammy said…
That was beautiful, both photos and words.
Have a wonderful week.
E :)
Spadoman said…
Very nice Ms. Foxy. Many happy years for the Royal Couple. I love the center photo, the lines of the glass so smooth breaking apart the image. And the crows. M<y post today has mentionnof black crows. Like minds?
Enjoy the wedding party.

Peace
Kim Mailhot said…
Gorgeous !
Just like the wedding was !
Happy Friday !
Noelle Renee said…
Hello Sue, dear,
I did not get to see the lovely pair wed but I will watch it on replay! What a festive day for you all over there! Beautiful images here and a wonderful haiku to celebrate! I hope that you enjoy the party!
Love,
Noelle x
GYamato said…
Kiss One was to brief
Have a longer one my dears
Thrill the whole wide world!

I slept through it here, but the replays brought me to (happy) tears... :)
rebecca said…
fantastic haiku so current events!
speaking of weddings are you counting the days?

enjoy your weekend dear friend.
jo©o said…
Hmmm.
Feeling the need to grouch.
You are not exactly saying much :-)
gemma said…
Loved the wedding.I watched in the middle of the night. A great day for Brits everywhere.
Dawn Elliott said…
Can you believe that 1/3 of the people on earth watched the royal wedding??? Such a positve and and sweet day, so full of possibilities and hope!
foxysue said…
Well Jo,

I'm not one for blowing my nations own trumpet but it was ~

A ROYAL AB FAB DARLING!

Is that better? ;~) x
Oh, it wasn't just Big Ben's clock beating loud, it was...lovers' hearts everywhere!
Mama Zen said…
Beautifully done!
Boonie S said…
I felt that strange throbbing pulsation too. What a day it was. Lucky old Big Ben!

Have a good week, Boonie

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