Friday, April 17, 2015

Wonder




a modern haiga for igwrt and haiku my heart

happy international haiku poetry day!


31 comments:

  1. This is so special...thank you for sharing!

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  2. Great writing! I only wish I could be as carefree as that once more...

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  3. Nice. Was I ever that curious about a grain of sand? I think so.

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  4. Dear Jennifer, it is lovely to visit here and take a moment... to look into a grain of sand through the eyes of a child. This was just what I needed. Truly... just what I needed.

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  5. Very nice. Love the look on his face -

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  6. So beautifully said!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  7. Imagine looking deeply into a grain of sand and seeing the whole wide world. LOVE it.

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  8. This is just wonderful.. a young mind will have such open eyes.

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  9. Nice thought, Jennifer. Then as they grow, their world gets larger, spans oceans and the like, and on into space.
    ..

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  10. A perfect little haiku. I've often had a like-minded epiphany, while watching little ones engrossed in the tiny bits of nature that speckle through their young days.

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  11. This is so great...! Loved it :D

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  12. lovely....every once in awhile I try my hardest to look at things as though through a child's eyes.

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  13. A child, sand and water equals happiness. Love this, Jennifer!

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  14. Ah so true ~ lovely photo of a handsome dude!

    I took one in a similar pose when my son was his age at an apple orchard.

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  15. love the way you celebrate a child's joy and his absorption in his own world...

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  16. This is sunshine! I love the photo and the image you painted~

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  17. How lovely..the wonder of a child is so inspiring

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  18. Beautiful Jennifer… I hope to always cultivate that wonder in my life.

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  19. Poetry is so much more beautiful when it shows truth...

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  20. The fascination that a child has for his environment is truly inspiring.

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  21. We relearn how to see the world anew through the young ones.

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  22. this is extraordinary-an entire world of appreciation and wonder-tucked in a haiku.
    xo

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Thank you for your thoughts!