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Haiku my Heart # 39 Linked

haiku hearts meet
here on Friday
for a linking of spirit,
join in the fun


Nanka said…
Fantastic artwork! Love the creativity of the haiku and the picture! Gorgeous colors!
todreamofstars said…
Love, love the colors and the haiku - brings a warmth to my soul. THank you!
Marit said…
I love your artwork. It pictures your haiku perfectly!!
Spadoman said…
Very nice all around, the art, the haiku, the crativity. A fine job Ms. Foxy.

Dawn Elliott said…
What a facinating piece of artwork - really fun and refreshing! Great use of "inextricably!"
Rosie said…
This is so cool! I love that the hearts seem to bounce! Great haiku!
Love your beautiful art work and Haiku.

Stephanie said…
Lovely way to share your Haiku!
Annie said…
Great haiku, Sue. I especially like it when I can actually settle on a five syllable word to create the third and final line. If I could write a three word haiku using 5/7/5, that would be perfection.
Susie Clevenger said…
great artwork and words...the artwork just adds more life to your haiku
This is an exquisite little piece! Delightful!
Chimes here and here and here
Cheryl said…
Fantastic! I like the haiku picture.
Haiku encompassed in art. Very creative and inspiring.
Noelle Renee said…
Sue Dear,
This is so beautiful. I am sorry to be late. What a lovely surprise of pure creative Joy you have offered us here and so very true. Thank you!
Much Love,
Kim Mailhot said…
Love it ! And a fgreat ive syllable word finale !
Happy Friday, Sue !
rebecca said…
i missed you while away last week. thank you for this haiku and your loyal arrival like a bright warm sun!
wonderful haiku!!!

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