Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday Haiku

(Image from here - click to enlarge)

Stella Maris blue
Heart centered within our Earth
Not just in Heaven.


Rebecca is hosting Haiku My Heart Friday, where you can read some really fabulous haikus.
Click here to be transported.
Haiku by blogger

20 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a wonderful image and haiku. Blue becomes my go-to color in winter while the earth rests from green! Thank you for sharing this bit of blue!

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    1. Thanks, Barbara - blue isn't my color, but I do love it when the leaves have fallen. The bare trees against a blue sky is gorgeous to me!

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  2. An image of the heart always looks good. This one is exquisite and reminds us of another existance. Beautifullt done haiku.

    Peace

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  3. Wow ! What a beautiful image ! Nature is so incredible.
    Thank you for sharing your heart with us !

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  4. As above, so below.
    So beautious...picture and haiku♥

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  5. amazing photos and quite wonderful haiku ~

    (A Creative Harbor) aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^

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  6. Oh, how very beautiful! I have never seen this natural wonder...a miracle of the splendor of the earth and heavens! I love the poem...oh, if we could all live our lives and emotions to the fullest, without shame or doubt...

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    1. How true, Dawn - living our lives authentically, to the fullest without shame or doubt.

      Thanks for stopping by - always good to see you!

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  7. just yesterday the dark bare arms of a distant tree caught a huge bright rainbow. i love acknowledging the language of love in the natural world. heart shaped rocks, shooting stars, rainbows, the first flowers of spring, each bird song calling in a new day.
    thank you for your offering here which is also deeply rooted in the language of love. gorgeous photograph, and your words a kind reminder that heaven resides within and without.

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    1. Thank you, Annie - it was a very sorrowful day yesterday.

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  9. We all need such beauty today, and tonight as I can not sleep... heaven on earth, yes, yes, yes, Stella Maris was my grandmother's performing name, and I love to think of her, the stars, shining down on us all, reflected in your haiku, in this blue water of love...

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    1. I had a hard time falling asleep last night, too, Lea - the horror of that shooting and the ensuing grief permeated so much of Life yesterday.

      What kind of performing arts was your grandmother involved with? sounds so interesting!

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  10. oh what beauty you have brought to my day. thank you.

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