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Feelings #2

Yesterday my feelings were fragile,
we had planned a break by the ocean,
but had to come home early ~
I was not feeling well.
Today I had a ~~>

I had intended to draw whilst away, so not to be thwarted
I got my pencils and paper out this morning and
started some observational drawing.
But do you know what
It wasn't 'floating my boat'.

I knew exactly where my boat would float though and, do so for hours ~
yes my joy floats right here on this old computer screen,
I load some images from my picture files
then I am a happy bunny,
I play and play all day,
my calling you
might say.....

Linking with
Meri's Musings
Share the Joy Thursday

My colour surges
with haikuing hearts, mingling
always on Friday...

Also linking with
Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon


Beautiful as always! You are truly gifted! Wonderful expressions of your Soul! Am glad that it gives you such bliss... I would love to learn how to do what you do. Too bad we aren't neighbors :)
Cheryl said…
Is that a photograph or a painting? I think you found your niche, whatever it is. Nice haiku.
Laura said…
It's good to know what brings you have a place to come home to after other explorations.
Cat said…
you are a beautiful feather in the wind
so delicate yet enduring
you are beautiful

love and light
Cathy Keller said…
For me this brings beauty and tranquility!!! So beautiful!! Wishing you well! Cathy
Annie said…
Beautiful. I think of oaks and willows. Strength and delicacy side by side.
Glad that meeting with other haiku hearts helps to set your colors free!

Old Cat

anthonynorth said…
A lovely post and enjoyed the haiku.
rebecca said…
dear sue,

i hope that you are feeling so much better on this new day. love love love that you followed your intuition and your heart to effortless beauty.
i thin of you each time i walk through our garden where poppies are emerging EVERYWHERE! thank you for your kindness and generosity.
Monica B said…
wow, that break just wasn't meant to be!

i was really lucky to discover and enjoy digital art when my girl was 1-2yrs, as it meant i could dabble without getting out lots of materials. i could work on an image for HOURS! loved it.

i often think about it, especially after looking at your work, but now i'm called to messier things.... ;)

we have to go with the creative gut calling.
Maggie Grace said…
Love how your color surges in your art and haiku!
Karen said…
I used to paint. Due to disabilty I can no longer do so. My canvas is now photoshop, my paintbrush is my camera and that floats my boat!
wabisabipoet said…
Oh this took my breath away! Just beautiful!
Introverted Art said…
wow Sue...these flowers are stunning. There is so much mysticism and strength in them... one that I rarely that's all feminine divine.
Stephanie said…
I hope you are feeling better, your computer art images are what you love!


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