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Haiku my Heart #40 The Loop

Rose resides with rust
entwined in life's sweet cycle
I jump in the loop!


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rebecca said…
certainly you have jumped into my heart! thank you for being the bright loyal friend you are. you always sweeten my moment.
Carola Bartz said…
This is immensely beautiful, Sue!!!
Perfect words for me to see tonight, along with your exquisite photos. Roses and rust.
Nanka said…
Beautiful line "entwined in life's sweet cycle" Stunning photos and Rose in a delicately pale hue!!
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
This is elegant and poetically stated. I am reminded of the Song Diamonds and Rust sung by Joan Baez. Maybe you know it. The soft wine colors and pale hue of the the rose, the interesting twist of the vine with that fabulous macro shot all together make up a masterpiece. Breathtaking! Love the haiku "Rose resides with rust." I am reminded of what you said about beauty and deterioration the other day with the metamorphosis shots. And the energy of jumping in the loop--the cycle of life, yes? I will be posting more tomorrow.
Noelle x
Noelle x
Susie Clevenger said…
Such a beautiful poem and images...the presentation exquisite
GYamato said…
This makes me once again grateful for the gift of sight and the miracle of thought.

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