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Haiku my Heart # 53

Love Lifts the Spirit






Promises of spring,

being satiated with love,

lifts wintered spirits.


Comments

Spadoman said…
Well Ms. Foxy... These are fantastically beautiful photos. I love the birds nibbling at the suet. The softness of the tree branches and buds. Awesome, and it does conjure up thoughts, dreams and wishes for Spring to arrive. Even through a mild Winter as the one we have been experiencing this year here in Wisconsin, USA, it is a long season up North, and the arrival of Spring, the new beginning, the rebirth of the trees and flowers, the return of the birds, awakening of the animals, the Sun higher in the sky, longer periods of daylight, all bring glory and peace.
Thank you for giving me these thoughts and great images today. They will last a while and be appreciated.

Much Peace
GrandmaK said…
Simply put, beautiful. Words and pictures have left me speechless! Thank you! Cathy
Monica said…
a gentle promise of first spring.
loving those nibbling birds.
Awed ~ lovely haiku and awesome photos ~ namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)
Marit said…
There's a longing for Spring in the haiku-circle today... I, too, am looking forward to it! I love your haiku and beautiful photos!
priti.lisa said…
The most beautiful photographs, along with carefully chosen words...splendid!
♥♥♥
gma said…
satiated with love
YES!
Lea said…
beautiful promises here in your pictures and haiku... XO
Lorna said…
Always a treat to visit you--beautiful music, photos and words. I just love the photos with the golden filtered light.
rebecca said…
yes! the promise of spring floods my heart with sweet renewal!
sending you so much love and soon i must post those mexican sunflower seeds in the mail to you!

and with them, all my love!
xoxoxoxoxox
Kim Mailhot said…
So lovely! Sighs of joy here, reading your words and loving those beautiful images.
I hope your weekend is full of sweet joys!
Lenora said…
outstanding and stunning photography! depth and beauty..
tami said…
oh, such beautiful simple words and the photos are perfect, simply perfect.
Noelle Renee said…
Dear Sue,
I love the dreamlike quality of the first photo with the color boca there in the corner. I adore the second with the birds nibbling in a kind of comfortable yin/yang harmony and your tree with the sunset penetrating its branches is just breathtaking. The haiku is heart-opening and lovely. Have a great weekend dear.
xoxo,
noelle
Noelle Renee said…
Actually, I just realized that is a sunrise and it is beautiful!
xoxox,
Noelle
sperlygirl said…
simply, bellissima, sue

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