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One for the Road

Off on my travels,
not before I say 'here here'
to Rebecca's words,


...over at 
Haiku my Heart

Comments

somepinkflowers said…
oh
oh
where are you bound?



{{ secretly
secretly
i love when others travel,
too,
as it is one
of my fav things
in the whole wide world... }}


rebecca said…
travel safe dear one and always
kiss the joy as it flies!
Have a wonderful get-away!
Lea said…
Have a wonder-bliss-filled trip! And I raise my glass with you!
Poet Laundry said…
'here, here'..love that! Nice haiku.
Fallingladies said…
I was about to go get some wine, then we can clink glasses!
Carola Bartz said…
Wow, such a gorgeous photo! Love it!
Great haiku ... brought a smile on my face. Nice photo too.
gma said…
Happy trails. Hope you'll get to see your new little one along the way.
Monica said…
have a sweet time!
Have a wonderful time ~ fun haiku ~ (A Creative Harbor)
Annie said…
Happy traveling. See you when you get back.
Marit said…
Have a save and happy journey!
Cat said…
happy travels Suey!♥

love and light
Rachel said…
Cheers, have a great time!

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