Friday, July 29, 2011

haiku my heart - Treasure!



The shimmering path




Beckons to find a treasure--




Columbine whimsy!


photo of Californian columbine taken by Jessica Wilson


Haiku my heart is the vision of Rebecca Brooks at "recuerda mi corazon." If you would like to participate, just post your haiku on Fridays with an accompanying photo on your blog and link back to recuerda mi corazon.

21 comments:

  1. light dancing on water...always an invitation to follow! i love this meandering river, so peaceful as it carries us forward, always forward. and when our feet return to soil, columbine! you have nurtured me with your peace and your beauty.

    thank you margaret for filling my cup.

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  2. I absolutely love your haiku this week - the sweet scene on the river, leading to the treasure of multicolored columbines! Great!

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  3. Fabulous photo's and haiku... the river-landscape looks like it was taken in Holland... Rivers and water are so inspirational, isn't it?

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  4. Awesome photo and haiku. Reminds me of South Louisiana!! xo

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  5. Truly an inspiring path to follow, with such a delightfully surprising treasure at its end.

    WV: comro
    Comro de boat on da rivah wid me!

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  6. how lovely to join you and the waterway here today!

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  7. I really liked this weeks Haiku Margaret. Very dreamy! And the Columbine is so beautiful.
    Love Di ♥

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  8. water and columbines ... near perfect!

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  9. shimmering path indeed!

    and
    how wonderful
    to follow.


    :-)

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  10. This beautiful flat shimmering waterway has me wanting to follow...

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  11. Thanks, Rebecca~ The winding river reminded me of the Yellow Brick Road leading us to the magical landscape of Oz!

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  12. Thanks, Dawn! Don't you just love how summer stretches out in front of us!

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  13. Thanks, Marit! It does look like Dutch canals flowing into flower beds!

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  14. Thanks, Marion! The bayou country seems an eerie, mysterious world to me with its low-hanging moss and endless turns and twists in the waterways... Do you remember the movie Eve's Bayou? That's how I imagine your low country~ This pristine river evokes Ireland for me~but any waterway is always fodder for poetry and magic!

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  15. Ah, the treasure is pure delight, isn't it, Lynne?! And your wv is priceless! How come I don't get one on my own blog?:(

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  16. Thanks, Deb! Interesting how we are all lead on different paths...

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  17. Thanks, Diana! I hope you have a couple of good books lined up for the next few weeks! I read down at the shore this summer After Dark by Haruki Murakami, Imperfect Birds by Anne Lamott, The Paris Wife by Paula McLain, Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen... Good luck and all my very best prayers and wishes...

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  18. Thanks, Snap! Yes, what's more beautiful and soul-satisfying than that!

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  19. Thanks for following the shimmering path, somepinkflowers! And enjoy the dazzling treasure!

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  20. Hi, Stephanie! Yes, it seems to invite us to just skim across the surface!

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