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Haiku my Heart #45 ~ Light for the Journey

alight with spirit
journeying to distant parts
for Thanksgiving joy

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Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
Beautiful images. Love the minimalist approach and the feminine and masculine counterparts. The figures seem African if I am not mistaken. They are beautiful and the golden glow emanating from the "skirt" is luminous and lovely. For some reason, I didn't think thanksgiving was celebrated in the UK. I am glad that I was mistaken. At any rate my dear, I have a thanksgiving post from yesterday and of course, a haiku today. I hope yours was wonderful.
Peace and Light,
Noelle
zongrik said…
nice study of light
anthonynorth said…
Great words for the lovely pics.
Thank you for this "day after" meditation and blessing!

haiku on Friday
a handful of syllables
scattered heart to heart


Haiku here and here
Your photos and words are exquisite and mysterious. And I seem to be listening to Kolaveri Di's song while reading your post.
rebecca said…
so much beauty here dear sue. thank you for being so constant in your sharing, as steadfast as the light.

thinking of you with great love.
Carola Bartz said…
Your photos always fascinate me. The glow is so beautiful in these images and have a certain cozyness.
Rosie said…
These images - especially the figures - remind me of Namibian peoples. You know the ones who walk miles and carry their world/water pots, etc. on the heads?
Graceful photos and words Sue. xo
Nanka said…
The photographs are interesting and beautiful too!! Love those figurines!!

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