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Haiku my Heart #44 Soft Soul

when winds of change howl
all need a place of safety
and a soft soul mate

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Comments

tami said…
love the photo of the little under the cushion! and the haiku is perfect. "A soft soul mate" Love it!
Irene Rafael said…
Your beautiful photos and words lifted my morning. Thank you.
somepinkflowers said…
oh
oh
oh


U have 2!

if only the meter
had been correct
to write-->

'''a soft & Fluffy
beyond belief
creamy*white soul mate'''


Lucky &
Fortunate U
for having those amazing eyes
lovingly turn
to
you
gemma said…
Oh you have found your bliss here foxysue.
Soft snuggles to you both.
Monica said…
i'm so envious!
they're two furballs of love.
Stephanie said…
Look at that face...what a perfectly fit space for this white fluff!
rebecca said…
your last photograph is adorable! may we all have a warm heart to shelter the storms of life beside.
i am so grateful for your place in mine.
Annie said…
Too cute!! And that sweet little face just squeezes my heart.
Nanka said…
Sad to see pets fearing loud sounds and howling wind!! They do get confused and need to snuggle to feel safe!! Beautiful photos!!
peggy gatto said…
I have 1 of those too and my simon runs for cover when it thunders!
Fun, fun!!!
pieceofpie said…
dogs can be so much more than we give them credit for... love love love this!!!
Your words speak the truth and the dogs are great. Love this!


Melanie
Charlotte said…
Hi Mummy

Have the usual insomnia so have been surfing the net to wear myself out. As usual I checked your blog and these photos are amazing. Can't wait for this afternoon's visit with the family to Ashbourne...probably need a couple of hours sleep first tho!

Love you
Charlie-Lou
Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
Soft snuggles to you my dear. May these two beautiful creatures of comfort bring your soul joy, grace and peace. I don't know what I would do without Fergus honestly. I adore these images, just wonderful
Much Love,
Noelle x
Leo said…
Reminds me of 101 Dalmations in some way :) A beautiful haiku between the cute images!

Leo @ I Rhyme Without Reason
Cheryl said…
Your recipe is perfect. We all need soft soul mates during times of change.
Rosie said…
Ah Sue, my dogs hide too - even the GSD thinks he's small enough to get into the gap between sofas!
Lovely words and images... =)

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