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Weekly Practice

Taking a cue from Kim the
Queen of Arts 
I got to thinking how Haiku Friday
energizes me too, like my
yoga practice.......

Inhale the Vision,
exhale the Poetical,
resting in Love Prose.

Thanks to Rebecca who lovingly provides weekly practice......

Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

resting in love prose ~ excellent haiku ~ ^_^
Annie said…
Love your play on words in the third line.
gma said…
you help me find bliss as well.
Lenora said…
yes that's right inhale the vision and out come the words - i agree!
Introverted Art said…
beautiful... filling my heart for the weekend.
Miss Robyn said…
I always find rest here.. your blog is such a peaceful place to dwell xoxo
peggy gatto said…
how perfect is this!!!!!!!
rebecca said…
dear one,

you have filled me with a welcome peace. so much beauty pouring out of you and grace.
i am slow making my haiku rounds and resting here is bliss.
zongrik said…
laying the poetical is nice

valued benevolence haiku
somepinkflowers said…
~~Inhale the Vision~~



{{ you always
give my eye
a rest & inspiration
at
the
same time }}
Irene Rafael said…
you gave me pause this morning with your love prose as well as the visual beauty. have a lovely weekend.
Stephanie said…
Sue,
your images are like a soothing dip, a final asana...settling into the light.

Always so beautiful.
x...x

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