Friday, December 28, 2012

Friday Haiku

(Image from here)

Sacred Uluru
Heart rests after walkabout
slumbers in Dreamtime


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


Information about Uluru can be found here and here.  Also known as Ayers Rock, it is the very heart of Australia.

16 comments:

  1. So beautiful...Happy New Year!

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    1. Thank you, Laura! Happy New Year to you, too!

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  2. Oh how beautiful! I would love a walkabout! Happy New Year!

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    1. Thanks, wabisabi! I think a walkabout would be a fascinating experience!

      Happy New Year!

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  3. Like the foot print of God...
    beautiful.
    ♥♥

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    1. Thanks, Lisa - like a heart print!

      Happy New Year!

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  4. Your haiku is so complete. The image reflects the mystery of Uluru, the privateness of walkabout encounters, and the mystical dreamtime.

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    1. Thank you for that, Annie...many times when I scribble down a haiku, I have no idea what it means. I appreciate your insight on it!

      Happy New Year!!

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  5. I love this. And your haiku is a touch point, like this Uluru, a portal into the sacred... an awakening in the dreamtime... blessed new year to you ruby red gypsy writer... XO

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    1. Thank you, Lea. Happy New Year to you, too!!

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  6. ...slumbers in dreamtime ~ serenity line and speaks to my heart ~ Awesome photo too~

    Happy New Year to you ~ (A Creative Harbor aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^)

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    1. Thank you, Carol. Happy New Year to you, too!

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  7. This image fills my heart with joy...your Hailu makes me think of days gone by and the sanctity of the indiginous...

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    1. Thank you, Dawn. The Aboriginal people of Australia have been an interest of mine since I was 10 years old in the 4th grade. They struggle with land rights and racism as so many other indigenous peoples do. It's heartbreaking to me.

      Always good to see you here! Happy New Year!

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  8. dear all,
    i started early friday with such a bright hope for the day. so many haiku to visit, so many bright promises to fulfill. my day turned quickly on its heels into what became a living hell. for the last three weeks i have been battling extreme health concerns, i share this only to explain why i have been so hard pressed in visiting and leaving comments. yesterday took me to the very edge and this morning although i made it through an adverse med reaction with horrible vertigo, i am weak and undone. i do not like to write about my health issues, something i combat everyday to stay upright and among the living. but i see more and more of our haiku family dwindling away and i am sure many may have mistaken why, and taken it personally that i have failed to visit. this morning i am going to stay up long enough to be sure you all know that you have brought me comfort in my darkest hours without even knowing. for your kindness and patience i thank you with all my heart.

    xoxoxox,
    rebecca

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    1. Oh, Rebecca - I am so sorry to hear about your health situation and hope that it improves rapidly.

      I don't think the Haiku my Heart folks are dwindling - these holidays allow less time to be on the computer, I think. And we know that you're also planning for another trip to Mexico, something that takes up much of your time.

      Be at peace about not being 150% available to those who read your blog - we're adults who understand the complexities of Life on our lovely Earth.

      Do take care of yourself - let us know if there is anything we can do.

      May the New Year bring you - and all of us - radiant health, deep peace and a rousing sense of humor!

      Much love xoxo

      ~Kathy/Delphyne

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