Friday, June 25, 2010

Haiku My Heart Fridays, June 25, 2010



Haiku My Heart Fridays was the inspiration of Rebecca who posts the Recuerdo Mi Corazon Blog. Check it out for more information and some great Haiku, Photographs, Artwork and find out how to participate.

In the meantime, here's my first Haiku My Heart Fridays entry into the fray:




Crispy Leaves in Fall

Souls Close to My Heart of Hearts

Sitting On a Log

Peace

20 comments:

Mel said...

k....that choked me up a bit.....

What a lovely and loving thing, the photo and you.

(((((( Spadoman ))))))

Very cool.

Border Explorer said...

Wow, reading that haiku is a lovely beginning to my Friday!

Delphyne said...

What a sweet picture! I have some like that myself.

Beautiful haiku, too!

rebecca said...

you have pierced my heart
each red leaf, each golden child.
love knows no boundaries

lovely.
thanks for being a touching part of the first haiku my heart friday.

Sarah said...

What a lovely picture and great lines to accompany it. I love the colours in your photo-so mellow and nostalgic.

EG Wow said...

Sweet photo and lovely haiku!

jabblog said...

Perfect! The photograph and words fit beautifully.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

And who could possibly resist such endearing souls?

Singing

maryt/theteach said...

Adorable little souls that have your heart, Spadoman! :)

Fire Byrd said...

That works!
x

Spadoman said...

Thank you all for stopping by here at Round Circle, and for your wonderful comments.
I'm sure many of you have guessed, these are my three wonderful daughters circa 1982 (or so). They so much loved to play in the leaves in Fall, the snow in Winter and the sand pile all Summer long. In Spring, it was the mud.

Peace to all and Thanks again to all opf you.

tami said...

what beautiful colors, words, and children : ) made me a bit homesick for autumn leaves.

Mauigirl said...

I love your haiku, Spadoman.

Thanks so much for your comment on my blog post about my mom. I remember when you lost your mother so I know you understand exactly what it's like...I do talk to my mother all the time - I can hear exactly what she would say in certain instances. So in a way they are never really gone as long as we remember them.

mig said...

Beautiful.

rebecca said...

thank you again for your lovely haiku, and sharing your beautiful daughters....

you tugged so many hearts today!

i so enjoyed this haiku sharing...

cannot wait to see what you all revel next friday!

and peace to you friend,
rebecca

Caya-Papaya said...

I just love this photograph- very moving image and haiku thank you for giving it to all of us.

Spadoman said...

Thank you all once again. You are all way too kind with your words of praise.

Rebecca, glad you had this visiopn for the Haiku Friday. It has been fun and I will look forward to next week.

Thanks so much.

Peace to all

Uma said...

This is a beautiful haiku. Thank you for sharing this and through this a part of yourself.

deb said...

oh, they are so adorable... love this photo,
and the haiku

Stephanie said...

Isn't the simple act of writing Haiku so very lovely!