Friday, January 14, 2011

Haiku My Heart

Wrapped in dignity,
The fear and pain flee post haste
From all living things.

It's Haiku My Heart Friday hosted by recuerda mi corazon.  If you enjoy reading haiku or would like to share your own, click here! Thanks, Rebecca, for your weekly venue to connect all hearts! 
(Photo from Snuzzy Fun )


13 comments:

jo©o said...

Dignity.
Such a key concept and so often lacking in times of disaster.
You chose it well.

Spadoman said...

Thank you for thinking of these poor souls in Queensland. They have been enduring flooded conditions for quite some time. You words ring trua and tell a story of individuals and animals alike, living moment by moment.

Peace

Boonie S said...

Intriguing. Stimulating. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie

somepinkflowers said...

flooding in one place,
here we Long for needed rain.
the world is confused.

*jean* said...

thoughtful and careful words, great haiku

eb said...

yes the world is confused
weather patterns out of balance
finding peace
in the quiet blue snow

xox - eb.

Ramesh Sood said...

But then that's nature.. one wonders..

Nanka said...

What a warm and secure feeling when there is dignity!! The picture tells it all.

tami said...

dignity - so needed today and always. My thoughts and prayers to all.

rebecca said...

it seems everyone...every where needs comfort and shelter. holding all of you in mine.

compelling haiku...speaking to us all.

Noelle Renee said...

May Compassion and Love protect them and may they walk away from this disaster whole, protected and complete. Thank you for posting this.
xo,
Noelle

ms pie said...

only in oz would a flood willingly save the joeys'... it is hard to imagine the vastness of the flood... from land to land tearing without discretion... i wonder how are the aborigines fairing in the wilderness of flooding waters??

foxysue said...

All for one,
one for all'
love Sue x