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Haiku my Heart #32 Sharing

The hand of support,
carved out from a heart of care,
is my offering.
Sometimes my haiku offerings are 
bright and cheery,
sometimes a little more melancholic,
whatever fits the seasons
as they change!

This week my heart is with a close family member,
who has a heavy load to bear.

I share with my online haiku friends
they always offer
the hand
of
support
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Comments

And a good and true offering it is!
Kim Mailhot said…
Offering our loved owns our hands full of love and support is a gift for both parties.
Light and love to you and your family member, Sue !
rebecca said…
oh sue this is the most amazing craving. is it wood?? it makes one feel they could actually enter it like a stone cave.


i will take you in ...and hold you all close. so much love here sue. thank you for yours.
And my heart is with your family member with the heavy heart. Beautiful haiku and photo.
Marit said…
such a pure and beautiful haiku and photo... I wish your family member a lot of strength
Boonie S said…
We send you and everyone that you care about our very best wishes.

Fondly, Boonie and Mrs S
tami said…
my heart and prayers to your friend. such a beautiful carving!
deb did it said…
holding you Sue, and your family too
gemma said…
Being here when needed is our offering back to you.
Meri said…
open hearts and hands
bring blessings beyond compare
ease life's harsh burdens
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
If you need to talk, I am here. I am back at home now. I am reminded of both the Buddha and the Madonna by your beautiful heartfelt offering. I love the umbrella the statue is holding, a covering in any storm. Please let us be that for you and yours. Holding you in the light always.
With Great Love,
Noelle
This is beautiful, Sue! Those supple hands and tapered fingers are beckoning us to its heart for rest, peace, comfort. The iridescent colors are a rainbow of love. I see lightness there with the hearts pointing upward, the heartpiece seemingly floating. I hope everything goes well, Sue. Much love, Margaret
Rachel said…
Beautiful and thoughtful.

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