Yes I do, I definitely like it. Very good.
I love the cadence of this poem, and what you have done with this picture!
Oh wow, this is beautiful.Thanks for the visit.
Annie, I love that picture!! The colors and layers are beautiful and it's just right with your poem.
Great poem and photo, Annie. There is alot of meaning in those words and that photo... I'm glad we didn't live in the days of slavery. BUT--I do know that many of the slaves were happy people. They worked hard, were honest and loved God and family. These days, I think of so many Americans --sitting back being lazy, not willing to work hard, and yet depending on our Govt (the taxpayers) to take care of them... To me, which is worse? Of course slavery is worse---but I hate what has happened in our country today.Hugs,Betsy
Lovely art and words. I just finished a book about the Civil War so this was so timely for me.Darla
Achingly beautiful Annie♥
"Let there be music"I like that refrain!Whispering God’s Name
Very cool post overall! Liking the rhythm of it. I can hear the beat and I sway to and fro. Dancing along. My heart tells me it's okay to do so.Peace
Cool Annie!! I love the picture too (of course)!!
music in all cultures over all time has an innate power to transport and uplift.yeslet there be music!
Very powerful post and series of haikus. I can feel the drums and hear the voices singing and calling.
Oh, and I love how you have your prayers down the right side bar.
powerful haiku with wonderful message ~ thanks, ^_^(A Creative harbor)
fantastic~~everything, the art, the haikus, the rhythm, the message. have a lovely weekend.
Great artpiece and moving haiku - it's got 'layers' and makes you think, love that!
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