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The Sales



Fleeting memories ~
outgrown summers & dresses,
still, pretty in pink..........


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Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon

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GrandmaK said…
How wonderful you haiku and pictures are. Brings back fond memories of shopping for the kids...How time flies. I treasure those memories. Thank you!!! Cathy
Laura said…
love this...just beautiful!
Lisa DiNunzio said…
Such a beautiful, nostalgic poem♥
rebecca said…
this is so tender and filled with longing. thank you sue for always allowing your mother love into your inspired haiku.
xoxoxoxo
such an endearing haiku ~ (A Creative Harbor)
joanne said…
Just went thru all my summer clothes and weeded out the rejects - too big, too small, too ugly, too old - and there are certainly memories with each piece.....
Dawn Elliott said…
A timely haiku from the heart...so easy to relate to...and so beautifully sweet and pink!
Spadoman said…
All on special sale. Your Haiku marks the event in great fashion. We go to yard and garage sales and still wander through things for our Grandkids, then sell what they've grown out of at our own sale. Of course, I tend to market old tools and equipment. Very nice indeed.

Much Peace Ms. Foxy
Annie said…
Charming window. I would have pulled me in.
Lea said…
This is lovely, and captures that place of memories in growing out of childhood, but never ever forgetting...
The photo of the window is so delightful and magical. I could stare at it for hours! And lovely haiku... :)
gma said…
We share the very same memories. Lovely photos.
:-)
Rachel said…
Great find and capture.

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