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Soft Fragments


In a hard edged world


I gather my soft fragments


the layers of my nest


concealed high in the tree tops


my sensitive heart

Linking with
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

Monica said…
love that last one, and
"gather my soft fragments". will take that with me today.
Bruce Miller said…
Superb interleaving of poetry and marvelous photos.
Spadoman said…
How beautiful, these photos and the haiku. You speak from your heart here, I feel it. Just wonderful Ms. Foxy.

Peace
deb did it said…
lovely words, woven visually
Absolutely wonderful ~ photos and haiku ~ they are so inspiring ~~ thanks ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)
joanne said…
unusual and interesting pics......your words are lovely
rebecca said…
such a soft dance,
from a kind heart.
may you nest well....all day and into the night!
Stephanie said…
like a mystery unfolding...this haiku and the image.

really beautiful!
x..x
Helen Campbell said…
Beautiful photography and prose!
somepinkflowers said…
oh oh
your sensitive Heart
melts into my own
sitting
here
fretting
about my own
birdies...


{{ what flew
into our heads
to make today
about
birds?
i have no idea }}


""gathering my soft fragments""
echoes
now
inside me...

peggy gatto said…
Thank you for this show this morning. Awesome pics and some stirring words!!
kkkkaty said…
An insightful set of haiku!
Fallingladies said…
A beautiful post, intriguing and cozy at the same time!
Karen said…
A lovely post!
Libby said…
serene...

Interesting photos - loved the last one!

Great post :)
I love the line "I gather my soft fragments." I love your photos, too. :-)
Dawn Elliott said…
Each frame, each line, was highly anticipated...WoW!
Annie said…
You are always moving with your presentations here. This one is especially so,

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