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Truly Grateful


For what I received
I am most truly grateful
Haiku Forever!

Checking back I realise it is now over
two years since I posted my first haiku.
It has been a wonderful journey,
one that has brought richness
and wonder to my Fridays.

Meeting new creative minded
individuals has been a 
blessing for which I am
Truly Thankful.

Also grateful to the inspirational Rebecca who lovingly provides a place for us to gather. xxx


                                                                                                                                    Quote from Rumi 
Linking with
Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon



Comments

Lea said…
Lovely, this realization and your beautiful haiku... how these tiny words touch our hearts... I love that Rumi quote, I really do...
wabisabipoet said…
I too am thankful for the expression I have found in haiku and most especially for finding Haiku My Heart! I look forward to gathering here!
girlunwinding said…
It is wonderful to do what you love and share that appreciation with others who love to do it to!!
~Dawn
Grace said…
A blessing indeed ~

Have a good weekend ~
gma said…
dearest Sue
Haiku is both bliss and blessing.
So glad you are here.
Stephanie said…
It has been a wonderful journey...these Fridays together.
So happy that Rebecca has connected us all.
x....x
I wonder what would happen if everyone practiced such gratitude as this.

Birches Haiku
magnificent post ~ and an attitude of gratitude changes one's life ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^
rebecca said…
my darling sue,

truly your place in my heart in the hearts of others knows no bounds. you are a sweet flower willing to generously unfold your beauty through all seasons.
thank you for your loyalty for haiku my heart.
you all make fridays such a gift of belonging!

xoxoxoxoxxo
Miss Robyn said…
I cannot create haiku.. it just doesn't happen for me.. but I am blessed and grateful that our paths have crossed.. I sit in a little cottage in Devon.. while it rains outside. life is perfect xo
Cat said…
♥♥♥
as i read the comments
everything has been said
so i send you love and light
my dear Sue
you are a treasure

Love and Light
Introverted Art said…
Foxy, this is so true... we learn so much from everyone who crosses our paths if we only look carefully enough.

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