Thursday, August 19, 2010

Haiku My Heart Friday...


bright morning sun shines
turns blooms to luminaries
to light my way home
DDD 2010

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22 comments:

  1. Such a lovely light in this photo.

    And I love, "turns blooms to luminaries to light my way home."

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  2. That is a fantastic photo. I've never seen such a beautiful capture of light. Very good stuff.

    Peace.

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  3. That bloom does look like it is being lit from within. Beautiful.

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  4. ...just read your comment on Martial Arts. I hope you find something that suits you as it is so good for the soul. I didn't get on with yoga or pilates at all but T'ai Chi suits me & I like our teacher a great deal - you need to feel comfortable in class & we have a lovely supportive group.
    It's difficult to assess the Chi Kung as it's not her usual class out there on the beach !
    Good luck xx

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  5. this photo is gorgeous...and I love your haiku story!!

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  6. Morning glory - what a perfect picture and haiku, Dianne. I especially love the lighting of this picture...quite ethereal.

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  7. beautiful, dianne! i love the idea of blooms as luminaries...delight+full

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  8. This is beautiful and your warbler, below, is stunning!

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  9. What a fabulous image. I love "turns blossoms to luminaries" - perfect. It is, indeed, glowing.

    ~Deb

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  10. Such beauty bathed in a column of sundrops.

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  11. What an artist you are! And the haiku is a piece of that. Lovely.

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  12. Love this Dianne
    Just said to Jean at at Bluebirds in the Meadow how much I admire Haiku writers/creators

    perfect photo and Haiku once again

    wishing you and yours a happy weekend
    oxo

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  13. Positively wonderful, Dianne!

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  14. I've always appreciated the Southwest custom of setting out luminaries during the darkest time of year, so I like the image of having blooms as luminaries (in the summer!) to light the way.

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  15. Dianne,
    It is a beautiful photograph, the flower is so delicate and it is the shape of a luminaria. I lived in Santa Fe for a couple years. The sunlight kisses the flower so sweetly. You caught the light so well. It is wonderful to think of the natural world cooperating with us in this way.
    Noelle

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  16. such beautiful photography and imagery in your poem!

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  17. Beautiful! You have captured early morning in all it's glory

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  18. Your poem and photo made my day. It filled me with peace and quiet just what I was looking for!

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  19. finally i am home. thank you for welcoming me with your lovely haiku and flower.

    warmly,
    rebecca

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  20. me again ! Your comment made me smile- my husband bought a suit for our wedding but only had a short sleeved shirt, sailing shoe & didn't get his hair cut. His dad was cross with him so I said, " well- it's just as well it's ME marrying him then " !!!
    He looks good in a dinner suit ( inherited from his uncle ) and sometime wears a kilt but always manags to still be the scruffy sailor he is .xx

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  21. ah.. beautiful nature this.. loved the photograph as well :)

    My Haiku

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