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Haiku my Heart #30 Journey Home

noticing beauty
in random acts of kindness
is the journey home

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Marit said…
You touched my heart with your haiku and photos. ~So beautiful!
Spadoman said…
Well my lovely Ms Foxy.. I've missed you. I'm sorry I haven't been by in a while. But glad I stopped over today. Wonderful words of wisdom about living a good life. Great photos too! The journey home has a lot of special meaning in the realm of Native American spirituality. Going home via any way other than as you describe would be futile.

Here I am, hopefully, helping to make your day, Foxy Sue. I tell myself that comments aren't important--expressing myself is--but the reinforcement that you aren't out "there' alone is always nice. I love your photos and haiku.
Meri said…
Some great images -- I especially love the first one. And we're all on that journey -- home to ourselves.
rebecca said…
good morning sue,
i am finally home and catching up...please let me express my happiness and joy in reading your offering here!!
so vision and word.
truly heart opening!!!!

a perfect start to my haiku morning.

loving you is a journey home.
Monica said…
sigh... i just love your 'eye'

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