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Snuggling up till spring...



Comfy and cosy
feeling all loved up in the
comfort of haiku...



Just a quick line this week but thought I'd mention 'Doris' the storm that hit our shores.  On our walk through the church yard this morning there was quite a bit of damage, mainly to the trees up-rooting one altogether so that's why my Jasper and me are snuggling up till spring...

Happy weekend all haiku lovers...

Haiku my Heart
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

I, too, find haiku comforting. Thanks for this delightful little piece!
Lea said…
And what a snuggle this must be! Your comfy haiku wraps around me all the way over here, where the sun is shining before the next storm hits this weekend... thank you dear Sue for snuggling up with us this Friday! XO
carol l mckenna said…
Definitely a 'snuggle bunny' and sweet haiku ~ Jasper is so cute ~ thanks,

Wishing you a Happy Weekend ~ ^_^
J C said…
Do it!~ Snuggling is the best thing!
gma said…
Haiku and sweet snuggle puppy sounds like bliss to me.
A warm haiku for a chilly morning!
Gillena Cox said…
Happy haiku days to you

much love...
rebecca said…
life is always sweeter and cozier when you are here in the haiku circle! thank you my dear friend across the sea. i feel your warm hold and light -so grateful for your help these still dark days.
xo

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