Thursday, July 29, 2010

Magpie Tales and Friday Haiku...

(Image provided by Magpie)

Your inner child wants
to escape the locked door to
go play in the sun.
D 2010

Magpie Tales

haiku my heart

28 comments:

  1. I love this - so wonderful - I pften feel like this!

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  2. Oh let the poor kid out!
    good one!

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  3. ha. wonderful magpie! let him out let him out!

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  4. All grown up's live with that child inside,but keep it locked ,... Excellent thought in so few words

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  5. what a great take on the photo prompt!
    yes-lets go out and play in the sun!

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  6. You summed it up in 15 words -- congratulations.

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  7. Love playing in the sun - damned the locked door!!

    Wonderful haiku!

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  8. Ahhhhh - and it's Friday too .... hope you get to go have some fun!!!

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  9. run, do not pass go....go PLAY...

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  10. thank you for this playful haiku.
    summoning all our childhood hearts to run swiftly into the welcoming sun!

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  11. I feel like that right now.

    ....I've never seen a Mockingbird !

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  12. This is just how I feel after a hard week at work. Love reading these little bits of wisdom.

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  13. Delightful! It is Saturday and I am off to play!

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  14. Good one, Diane. And you obeyed the rules of haiku, too!

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  15. Give that kid some sunshine!

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  16. So true. As Picasso said, all children are artists, but the trick is to remain an artist once we have grown up. Beautiful haiku, moving, poignant and wonderfully written :)

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  17. Ah, very nice! I know that feeling...

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  18. Very true...but I locked the door myself...

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  19. Give the child that key,
    let her run loose, she will play
    in whatever you choose.

    Love your haiku,
    Elizabeth

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  20. So that's what that knocking is? Thanks

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  21. A gem of a magpie and haiku.

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