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Made it on Monday

The feeling ~ fatigued by ongoing overwhelm.
Intention ~ love myself more, 
stretching and breathing,
trusting and believing.
“Birds make great sky-circles of their freedom.
How do they learn it?
They fall and falling,
they're given wings.” 
~
Rumi


Comments

Unknown said…
hope you find tons of breathing moments.
even little moments, refocusing, bringing the soul in and safe... is enough.
Miss Robyn said…
your words bring a vision to my minds eye of someone growing - becoming the pure soul that they are.. it is hard sometimes but worth it..xoxo
Stephanie said…
stress can leave us so overwhelmed...I do hope you are making time for yourself.
x..x
Introverted Art said…
the images are beautiful, but this line "The feeling ~ fatigued by ongoing overwhelm." spoke deep into my heart.
carol l mckenna said…
Wonderful haiku and awesome photography ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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