Thursday, May 13, 2010

Magpie Number Fourteen




soaring high above
  winter fall summer and spring
  lovers forever 






41 comments:

  1. Birds do mate for life. How lovely to incorporate the seasons into eternal love.

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  2. I love this haiku, very beautiful, refreshingly simple...I admire how you suffuse the seasons in your haiku, I believe it'a Japanese tradition to do so.

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  3. Helen I love Blue willow...great post my friend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  4. Hi Helen! Oh, I do love the Blue Willow and have a large set of it and a few pieces of the pink.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia;)

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  5. Helen, it's a great haiku that tells the entire story in a few words.

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  6. I love reading ... Haiku and you have captured the beauty and the soul of the scene in such beautiful syllables....

    awesome :)

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  7. This plate has got people putting some lovely pieces on their blogs. This is another one simple warm and calm

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  8. Great job - I may ask you for help when my GS needs to do one in school next year. Those are hard to do.

    sandie

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  9. Hi Helen :)
    Fist off I hope you are feeling better! You have been on my mind.

    I love our Haiku! I used to write it... I don't know why I stopped.

    Thanks for the compliment on my diaper cakes... *Grin*

    Take care there ok?

    ~Rainey~

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  10. Helen, this was wonderful. A perfect little haiku.

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  11. This is a lovely haiku, Helen. It is perfect for the willow plate image!

    Have a good weekend!

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  12. Hi Helen,
    I do hope that you are feeling good and healing. I didn't realize that you had surgery until I looked through your posts that I have missed. Please take care of yourself.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  13. I love haikus. They rarely disappoint. Yours is no exception - simply lovely.

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  14. a wonderful haiku...lovers forever speaks to the hopeful romantic in me. great magpie!

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  15. Ahhhh, so beautiful and romantic!
    Hope your healing quickly....
    Happy weekend!

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  16. I love this!!! I'd never really look closely at a Blue Willow plate till nows ... and wow! There ARE birds on it!!!

    Great Magpie!!!

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  17. Beautiful haiku ... love the blue willow also.

    Happy weekend ...
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  18. I love the simplicity and honesty of your posts. I think sometime I might try too hard. I always love coming to visit your blog. :)

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  19. Helen, this is a wonderful haiku. They are so difficult, and you've said so much in these 3 lines. laurie

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  20. I really like that pattern also blue onion..I see you like the horses..

    Enjoy this Sunday..yvonne

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  21. Oh the brevity of haiku
    but the enjoyment is huge
    loved this

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  22. Beautiful soaring souls --

    Joanny

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  23. Lovely haiku - holds the legend!

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  24. I love those plates! Your haiku fits beautifully! Enjoy the wonderful weather we are having.

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  25. beautiful haiku. and i love the kayaks you took a photo of. thank you helen for your kindness, i appreciate your words so much. i'm going to see your poetry now.
    ♥ lori

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  26. Short and sweet..a lovely haiku..tells it all!

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  27. Frozen in time, not having to see all the turmoil Asia has had, living, flying...forever.
    I thought your haiku captured their story perfectly.

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  28. short but lovely and powerful!

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  29. I love haiku! I think people forget the power a few words can have.

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  30. What a beautiful Haiku, Helen..
    a lovely love story...
    hugs
    shakira

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  31. Helen,
    5,7,5 Says it all without hyperbole.
    That's what I love about Haikus
    rel

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  32. Perfect haiku for this magpie prompt!

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