This was beautiful Annie.
Thanks for your lovely comments! I'm glad you liked the wool colour, I am definitely in love with green at the moment!Your haiku is very thought-provoking, many thanks for sharing it :)
I am not a poet but inspired by Tara and you - I have tried to write a haiku. ha! I have trouble - anyhow, I will persist. I am determined. :)oh & your little seashell will be in the mail either today or Monday. xo
Very lovely reflections Annie.
love haikus... great job... haikus are addicting arent they ???
Beautiful haiku and haiga. BP is back up some today, and I've just done too much...thanks for the encouragement. Watch for outcome of the Anglican Primates' meeting Feb. 15. That may be where it all blows up. I hope so.Love ya!!
A comment from Corey whose commenting option isn't working. Thank you dear C.And the hills are covered in green!Love spreads, help it grow!
Oh, the calming effect! Lovely Annie. As they say, "Write on."And thanks for "looking Lesotho up" -- your effort is much appreciated.
What a pleasant haiku!
I'm taking that splash of hope and carrying it with me today.xx
Here's a secret Frida. You and all the good people I've heard from were the inspiration for this haiku. God love you all.
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