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A Winged Haiku

Winged things on my mind
bringing messages of peace
but mostly of TRUST




#Artistsforlove  is an on-line movement where the overriding principle is one of love and belonging to which I am happy to add my name.... 
 Also linking with Haiku my Heart ~ the Home of inclusion.
Recuerda mi Corazon 

Comments

Marit said…
I see 'artists for love' art all over the internet these days, such a wonderful thing to see so many women connect and spreading love. Your haiku of trust makes my heavy heart feel a bit brighter, thank you.
J C said…
I stand with artists for love. Thank you.
Creatures with wings are so fragile, yet so beautiful. May they all find their way in this world.
Lea said…
Dear Sue, I so love this and this connection of artists and reaching farther than we have ever reached before... I hold your message close to my heart and think of you always. I imagine us walking along an English lane... and the stories and heart-sharing that would unfold... I am so grateful for our overlapping circles here in bloglandia and requerda mi corazon and the technology that makes this possible. May those winged thoughts carry you and your message with strength and compassion and much love. XOXO
carol l mckenna said…
Love your winged haiku ~ so appropriate and timely and love the concept of artists for love link you posted ~ thanks,

Wishing you a gentle weekend ~ ^_^
Beautiful haiku and sentiment.
Panchali said…
Gorgeous haiku!
rebecca said…
dearest,
how did i miss your compassionate appeal for complete acceptance and inclusion? please forgive me my friend for i am always beside you setting out chairs in the house of belonging.
i am deeply shaken by the current events in my country and many places in the world. may love and compassion rise above the fray.
how can another year have passed so quickly? i am sharing twelve days of mary and welcome your sweet presence. hoping to see your radiant heart in this gathering of light! miss you my friend.
xo
Gotham Girl said…
❤️❤️❤️

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