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Haiku my Heart #41 ~ Simple Eye

bedazzled by life?
keeping the eye simple helps
and good grounding friends!

The sun is shining and 
I'm sat here in my towel drying off,
in 55 mins I will be
heading for a country farmhouse in the
High Peak Derbyshire
 for my
'Letting Go Yoga & Art Retreat',
but before I do I must post my haiku!

Will visit you all when I return!

Thanks to all who wished me well.

for more haiku poetry
Recuerda mi Corazon


Noelle Renee said…
I love these figures. They are brass are they? Just wonderful. What a great lesson, to focus on something like this when life becomes to complicated. I like it. I wish you the best of the best today dear friend. I know that you will have a smashing retreat!
Love to you,
Kim Mailhot said…
This has been my lesson all week, Sue. To stay grounded and keep things simple as life throughs glitter on my path.
I love this piece.
Enjoy, savor and delight in your time for yourself.
Spadoman said…
A wonderful Haiku greeting sent to us from you. It is appreciated, Have a marcelous retreat and much Peace in your days.
somepinkflowers said…
now this tease--->

'Letting Go Yoga & Art Retreat'


you know
how to get my attention.

{{ yep!
sounds like Bliss,
2 me...}}
Cheryl said…
Very nice haiku. Enjoy your retreat.
Nanka said…
Beautiful brass figures and love the color light reflections on it!! They seem to be in some deep meditation pose. Marvelous!!
Have a great invigorating time at the country yoga retreat!!
In peace and good wishes!!
Marit said…
How sweet of you, to post a haiku before you go! I hope you have a wonderful, relaxing, learning, uplifting and meaningful weekend!
Stephanie said…
Your workshop sounds will of course share when you return.

May you have a wonder-filled weekend!

This poet’s choice here and here
gemma said…
May you find your BLISS and truth of your haiku and in the letting go retreat Foxysue.
rebecca said…
dear sweet sue,
i have been thinking of you all day!
i am certain that you will touch so many hearts with your bright love.
after all, you touch my heart from an ocean away!

with you...every step of the way!
Annie said…
Sweet figures. Sweeter words. Enjoy your respite.

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