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Haiku my Heart #54 ~ Magic Performance


beaming light flashes
stirring silent sentinels
magic show alert!

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Stephanie said…
...early morning magic!

x..x
Chèvrefeuille said…
Lovely haiga (haiku and photo's together.
Blessed be.
Annie said…
I am amazed. As often as I have seen cattails, I've never seen them peaked and scattering. Awesome pictures.
Karen said…
Oh, I like the haiku lines with the photos. Magical indeed.
Dawn Elliott said…
I love the beaming light and the realization of the magic! Great photos and wonderous inspiration today!
Monica said…
i like the way the tree in the background has come out!
Lea said…
I so enjoyed this sparkle of magic into my day! Thank you for this lovely haiku and beautiful images.
Loved the magical light show and haiku ~thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor) ~ Happy Weekend ^_^
gma said…
Real magic!!!
rebecca said…
good morning dear friend, bringer of light....lifter of shadows.
thank you for placing a bright spark of your lovelight in this world we share.
i am hoping the clouds are all scattering in your world and today life opens bright, comforting and light with peace.
Helen Campbell said…
This is indeed magical!
somepinkflowers said…
oh well
yes...
magic show ahead!

seeds will B flying
and self*planted
and
growing...




{{ i have been
collecting seeds
over here today
myself
for an art project...

love gifts
from nature:

seed pods
& shells ...}}

how R you walking?
well,
i hope!
rebecca said…
hello my love!
finally the days are growing longer. the light so welcome.
stopping by with big love and a handful of flowers.
xoxoxoxoxox
rebecca said…
every time i pop over i hope you feel my love for you which is constant. my arms for you, which hold you up to the gathering light.
xoxoxoxxox

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