Friday, February 25, 2011

Haiku My Heart

Look with a brave heart,
As the chronicles of man
Are written in dust.

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 being the hostess to our weekly haiku gathering.  Fridays are so special for the opportunity to share a bit of haiku and to visit other enthusiasts' offerings.  (Photo from Tumblr)


Spadoman said...

Very cool photo. The haiku makes me wonder what man decides to write about when it comes to history, but prose and poetry, from the heart, knows no season or has to have an event. Very good.


rebecca said...

seriously adorable! here's looking at you through a perfect unexpected heart.

i will keep this image close, reminding me to look with love at each new unfolding moment, and all those who comprise them.

Radost4eto said...

oh so beautiful photo! I love it :)

Stephanie said...

oh...such a perfect pic.

happy haiku to you

Nanka said...

Interesting Haiku and all good deeds have to be recorded in the annals of history for posterity.

Loved the kitty's view point from the other angle :)

Carmen said...


Meri said...

bed cat snuggles up
seeking petting in the dark
blue sparks crackle, pop

Grammy said...

Oh I love the photo! And your haiku is Purr-fect. : )

foxysue said...

I wonder what kitty was thinking as she peered through the literary spectacles?! ;-)


Sue x

Margaret Pangert said...

Hi Marilyn! I think that adorable orange tabby is trying to tell us that man's--and the whole world's--chronicles are in our DNA! Really charming photo and haiku! Love, Margaret

Noelle Renee said...

This is completely and utterly charming. I have a little furry baby myself. He is not a big reader yet since he is only 6 months old, but I am hoping he will become more literate soon. Love your post!

Raph' said...

very nice picture!!!