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Thirsting



I'm thirsting for love,
light and possibility,
all in that order.

I am a glass half full kind of person, but I dream of possibility.
I have more than my share of love and light, however I dream of
being more at peace with myself, knowing that possibility is
within arms reach.

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”

Henry David Thoreau

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Comments

rebecca said…
your words are so striking in simplicity and directness.
i love too your perfect salutation
"do what you love and share your heart."

xoxoxoxoxo
Poet Laundry said…
I love it...and identify!
Rachel said…
Love, light and possibility are wonderful things to seek! May your weekend be filled with these things!
Exquisite - as always. So talented! Thirsty - yes - I feel it too. Thirsty to really *live* life, to *feel* enlivened. Your posts inspire this Heart! Thank you! Heart Hugs - Christine
Spadoman said…
Ms. Foxy, to ask for more means you have achieved it at some point. Remind yourself of the Peace that accompanies loving and being loved. It's right there in front of you. Love the haiku.

Much Peace sent your way
haiku filled with inspiration ~ you are there ~ (A Creative Harbor)
Kim Mailhot said…
Wishing you what you wish for yourself.
Light and love.
Laura said…
it is indeed...beautiful!
Lea said…
I raise my glass and clink with yours, for this is a thirst that we share and the nectar from your words and photo are divine... thank you so for this and your arms reaching across the pond dearest Sue!
May every thirst be quenched!

I’m late making the rounds from Haiku My Heart Friday. Apologies!

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