Inner Gypsy wanderings....
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!
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!
An image of the heart always looks good. This one is exquisite and reminds us of another existance. Beautifullt done haiku.Peace
Wow ! What a beautiful image ! Nature is so incredible.Thank you for sharing your heart with us !
Thank you, Kim!
As above, so below.So beautious...picture and haiku♥
Yes, on Earth as it is in Heaven.
amazing photos and quite wonderful haiku ~(A Creative Harbor) aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^
Thank you, Carol!
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...
How true, Dawn - living our lives authentically, to the fullest without shame or doubt.Thanks for stopping by - always good to see you!
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.
Thank you, Rebecca....
My heavy heart just lifted.
Thank you, Annie - it was a very sorrowful day yesterday.
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...
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!
What a huge heart!Hiding Place
oh what beauty you have brought to my day. thank you.
Oh, look Toto - we have visitors!