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When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Sweet Magnolia Skies






sweet magnolia skies
begin with a tender kiss
then passion explodes




fragrant sage secret
heart held in your soft center
waiting to be touched



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41 comments:

  1. such gorgeosity!! thank you for sharing! xox

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  2. Magnolia är en helt underbar blomma. så fina bilder du visar
    Ha en fin fredag
    Kram Meta

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  3. Pretty blossoms and a beautiful sky. Your poem are always so pretty! Happy skywatching!

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  4. so beautiful blossoms and sky shots!
    have a nice day!

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  5. The branches of the magnolia trees look like they're reaching up to heaven, offering those blooms! Very inspiring!

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  6. Wonderful photos, beautiful magnolias, really spectacular, I like!

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  7. How beautiful Laura. I love magnolias. Hubber's is going to plant one for me in the yard this summer!

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  8. Those magnolia flowers are magnificent!

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  9. Loveliness. I know I can always come here to find loveliness. xoxo

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  10. Thanks for sharing those stunning beauties, Laura.

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  11. I love Magnolia...Wonderful photos :)

    Have a nice Weekend...

    Greetings

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  12. So wunderful photos! Love the blossoms and the blue sky!

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  13. So precious this time of blossoming... BEAUTIFUL images! :o) ((HUGS))

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  14. Magnolia is my favorite flower! Your photos are perfectly wonderful.

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  15. sweet magnolia skies
    begin with a tender kiss
    then passion explodes

    I especially like this haiku!!! So vivid in words and imagination! Have a grand weekend!!!

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  16. Great compositions. Nice flower.

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  17. Such passionate haikus this morning. I'm always amazed by the magnolia blossom. From bud to death, it is truly beautiful in all its stages.

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  18. I enjoyed the beauty here this morning, thank you!

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  19. Nice - the kiss that leads to passion. Love the photos Laura. Have a great weekend.

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  20. Lovely pics of my favorite flower Magnolia!

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  21. Those are magnificent!!! I so wish I could smell it!

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  22. Your haiku words touch my heart too!
    Have a lovely weekend sister. x

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  23. Fantastic series, I love magnolias.

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  24. Beautiful words... and the magnolia is so special. We had a huge beautiful grandiflora tree in our yard in Oregon...honestly, I think it's why we bought the house!

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  25. Gorgeous photos and tender, beautiful haiku!

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  26. the close up of your magnolia blossom swept my heart away!

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  27. Very pretty. I can practically smell them from here.

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  28. So elegant, gorgeous photos. Thank you my friend. Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

    Denise
    Today’s Flowers
    An English Girl Rambles

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  29. these are so very beautiful, dear laura!

    happy weekend~

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  30. The magnolias and sage are gorgeous.

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  31. Gorgeous photos and haiku! I love the last one especially!

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  32. Gorgeous shots. Sorry for the late visit. Hope you'd find time to visit my Duranta Repens.

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  33. Beautiful photographs and setiments.

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  34. With all of the wonderful rainfall that we've received this spring (and now), the magnolias are just bursting with blooms and extra dark and shiny foliage! Love 'em!

    Roz

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