Hi, Sarah! What a great photo and haiku!
you have completely wooed me.your presentationso perfectly compelling in conveying the essence of haiku simplicity.thank you sarah.i am speechless.in a wonder filled way.
what a wonderful way to haiku : )So glad to have found your blog!! See you again, soon.
That one LOVELY angel... Poetry & identificiation--I love this way of beauty and practicality, Sarah :o) Happy Weekend ((HUGS))
Oh, lovely, Sarah - simplicity and grace :-)
I like your haiku - I must get back to writing some more. Hey, is that Glenda in your new header? She looks rather glamorous - in a windswept way. Oh oh oh - I can feel a haiku coming on ....!Glenda on the beachred hair flying in the wind - the setting sun a flame
Sarah, I just love the haiku and the little angel wings! Come visit my post! :)
I love it. Which ocean did it comne from?
Both beautiful! Enjoy the weekend. Not long to go now!!!!!! Ros
I've never quite got the hang of haiku, but I WANT angel wings - you know I love angels!! I will have to go and embroider some!!
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Really lovely post. And I love the Angel wings shell, what a find.
sarah,thank you so much for your place in my heart.it was lovely...visiting, sharing beauty, meeting new wonderful souls.thank you for your glorious simplicity. have i ever told you how much i love your profile picture?fantastic.
what a treasure the beach gave you- and I love how you gifted the little bone with its very own haiku:-)
well how strange, I had a dream I was trying to write Haikus and I hadn't even seen this post!
Happy Tea Party Day to you !!
Thank you for sharing your talent with us Sarah! I am loving the tea parties!!Laurie
Sam created haikus at school this year. He loves hearing that people in the real world actually creat them. Thanks for letting us come to the party!
this is so cool!
Just beautiful!andlove the delicate little 'wings'!!!
Hi Sarah... i've had a lovely morning here catching up on some posts i've missed in recent weeks.Great stuff.... and i like the capture of the poppies... soft and beautiful.robyn
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