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Haiku my Heart #12 Blossom

Blossom of my loins
laughter for a heavy heart
chase away the day ....
Today has been a heavy day, 
I have had a heavy heart,
my haiku is late,
load was lightened by 

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Kat Sloma said…
Love the blue and yellow. My day began heavy too... but I felt better after a long, hot bath!
Stephanie said…
Laughter will do it every time...
raising my glass to a better weekend

Like your haiku! You picture is tantalizing!!! Think I'll go pour myself a glass of wine! I deserve it! Have a grand evening! Cathy
heavy heart
lightened by laughter
and fine wine

Grammy said…
I find your words very inspirational. As laughter is a wonderful medicine. Take care.
rebecca said…
my darling,
i have been feeling you so much and wondering if all was well. some days are like stones in our pockets.
i hope you have managed to toss them all away...

i am here for you...
how may i help?

Anonymous said…
how lovely that your life is lifted up, no longer heavy and alone... life can be so fulfilling with just a bit of courage and love... a beautiful ku and photo...
Dearest Sue,
You are a blossom in all of our hearts and when your heart is heavy we all feel sad. I don't know what has happened but let us know how we can help. We are here for you.
Carola Bartz said…
I'm so sorry that your has been heavy. I really hope for you that it will get lighter again and you can enjoy laughter. Thinking of you.
Anonymous said…
"Blossom of my loins" - I don't know quite what to think....
I hope that life is treating you a little more kindly now. Mrs S and I both send you our best wishes for at least that much.
Take care.

Very best wishes to you from me and her
Ramesh Sood said…
A heavy heart
turns light with laughter, and then
Gets wings of joy..
Spadoman said…
Oh Ms. Foxy, share your heart with me anytime. I send the bestest positive energy your way. Use what you need, send the rest on its way. (pour me a glass, I'll join you)

Anonymous said…
You drank all the cognac and ate all the bonbons in the blue dish, and you finished that inviting fashion maggie...
Did you?
I know the feeling.
deb did it said…
laughter and wine...the BEST medicine. Thank you for such kind comments on my blog! I would LOVE to share some giggles and wine with you someday!
Annie Jeffries said…
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Annie Jeffries said…
Creative thought is always good for curing the blues. So is a good tipple from time to time.

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