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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

A Small Stone: Jan 3, 2012



weathered white birch pealed 
unexpected color splash
magically revealed

 
ok, nearly wordless it was a small stone haiku after all

26 comments:

  1. Love wordless, perfect!

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  2. Looks like a glowing ember deep in the tree's heart.

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  3. Isn't it amazing what you find when you really look! Excellent captures of the magic!

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  4. I love it all, the haiku and the photos.
    Judy

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  5. Very nice! I just applied to be a part of your group. May you have a blessed 2012. I will always be grateful to Deb Whaley whose site I found your wonderful blog. It has blessed me more than I have words to tell along my fibro/cancer journey.

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  6. such a beautiful surprise... and haiku is perfect for small stones...

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  7. love the pics and your words..the unexpected color splashs are the most precious and most magical..

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  8. Loved the haiku. Amazing photos too!

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  9. nice...a little bit of beauty you captured there....the unexpected beauty is always nice...smiles...

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  10. Thank you for joining Poets United. I have added your blog to our blogroll so others can discover you and your wonderful poetry. Poets United is what you make of it so explore, comment often and it will lead to folks doing so in return. We look forward to visiting your blog and reading your poetry.

    Your imagination is what fuels our community.

    ~ Robert Lloyd

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  11. Love the texture in your photos and words!

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  12. I miss the birches, Laura. Thanks for sharing them and their inner color with us!

    xo

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  13. A visual surprise in an unexpected place...what a grand blast o color!

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  14. Beautiful bits of birch! I was sitting at the beach Sunday when I heard a greeting and looked up to see a Tibetan lama in red robes reaching for my hand. He has visited my husband yoga class several times such a sweet soul.

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  15. Nearly wordless but so full of images. Wonderful.

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  16. lovely alliteration and subtle rhyme. enjoyed this.

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  17. The pictures were captivating ... and the haiku fit right in there... :)

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  18. Laura,

    Interesting photos, as always! :)

    Happy New Year!

    Jeanne

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  19. looking through the lens
    finding the heart

    happy new year, laura!

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  20. I just simply love how you put your pictures in with your words!

    This was great:)

    ~L

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