Friday, April 29, 2011

Haiku My Heart Friday–Love’s Bloom


Magnolia Heart

Broken by winter’s dead weight

Still filled with love’s bloom


For my friend Kim, who inspires me in so many ways.

Love you, Friend.



For more haiku beauty, head over to rebecca’s recuerda mi corazon.

Happy Friday, Beautiful Ones.


rachel awes said...


Spadoman said...

Wonderful haiku. Nature does inspire us with the resilience she shows us. Broken branches, yet alive and vibrant. Very nice.


LuLu Kellogg said...

Sooooooooo beautiful!
Happy Friday Lovie!

Dawn Elliott said...

This reminds me of the time I bought a willow settee at an outdoor market on our town square, and took it home where it grew 3 little stems in my living room! The tenacity of nature...of astouding! Beautiful post!

priti.lisa said...

Haiku Friday is my favorite day !
I love this little miracle you found.

Grammy said...

This is a beautiful message,And thank you for your heartfelt comment. Sending you a big hug and lots of love from Missouri.

Sherry Smyth said...

I love your bursting magnolia...through the worst of conditions, still going strong!!

And I love Kim!!!! xoxox

rebecca said...

my darling....
to bloom strong in the face of adversity! perfect haiku...filled with pure strength and inspiration.

oh kim, your sweet gift arrived so filled with promise and love. thank you for your tenderness and care.
i love your desire to spread love stone by stone around our world!!!


foxysue said...

I have a small magnolia in my garden it has never bloomed because we've had a succession of harsh winters,I thought it was lost, but then I noticed a pop of green at soil level it's called hope!

Love Sue x

Nadeja said...

To follow up on Foxysue's comment..."it's called hope' I would add, and hold's a promise!!! Patience is so perfect and sometimes it just happens as a surpise! Love you Kimmy, most talented, caring, compassionate, loving person, and much much more. Have a super day!!!

Stephanie said...

oh to have these incredible blooms in my world!!!

GYamato said...

Wonderful! Present and mercifully true. Thank you

Noelle Renee said...

Like a White Princess she is sitting on that bare broken branch, fallen from her throne. Still beautiful. Lovely haiku!