Friday, October 21, 2011

Let yourself fall…

A Haiku for the Maple Seed :

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I let my Self fall

Trusting that where I fall is

My true place to grow.

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It is a spectacular Fall day here in New Hampshire today.

Even right here in my backyard !

Check out this Maple !

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I love how the tree colors are reflected in the window of my neighbor’s garage :

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What do you see in the reflection?

It looks kind of Chagall-esque to me.

A weird horse head below with an angel holding a baby above ?

Speaking of art that is open for interpretation…

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Here is my latest journal page.

I actually only have one page left to complete in this journal.

I have been adding to it for almost two years.

This page was created by just letting paint and ink and black gesso tell me where it want to go.

I am digging the white doodles…a little like the crazy thoughts I have in my brain sometimes…

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Not the happiest of pages. My woman with scars looks like she is dealing with a lot.

Like so many of us in this world.

But I think she still sees the beauty…

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I know I do.

Wishing you a day filled with trust, beauty and some good haiku !

Big Love, Beautiful Ones !

 

Get your haiku here : Recuerda Mi Corazon – Haiku My Heart

29 comments:

Stephanie said...

DeLIGHTfull! fall color. I think that by enjoying our world we are doing much to help her...

have a great weekend!

Dianne said...

Beautiful haiku... beautiful art... by beautiful you!

Cinner said...

Oh it looks beautiful there Kim, I do see a horse in the window. and I always love your journal pages. hope you are feeling well, have a great weekend. hugs to you dear friend.

LuLu Kellogg said...

The colors are stunning!

I see Chagall in that window also!

Your journal page is magical my dear!

Happy Friday :)
LuLu~*xoxo

Fallingladies said...

Love the journal page with the white squiggles and I do see the angel in the reflection, thanks for sharing!

beth said...

i totally saw the horse head like thing before you even mentioned it.....i love that !

Nadeja said...

Until you mentioned the scars aspect, all I saw was beauty and colour!!! What a choice to have...bring it or receive it...I say do both! I love the artist in you Kimmy! Creation at its best!
Love you Beautiful, precious one!.
Mom xoxo

Marit said...

I know the feeling which you put on that page... it's a strange combination of 'wanting to kick or lay back' and it usually turns out into 'nothing' (with me, that is..) I love the lady with the scars... it's about scars lately, I guess. Thanks for stopping by on my blog today, your words 'did good to me' (don't know the english phrase...) Enjoy your weekend my friend!

Sherry Smyth said...

I like that E.B. White quote and I love your interpretation of it!

As for that reflection...I see some monster head in the bottom of the window..with a big eye on top of it's head. Kinda spooky!!!

Have a beautiful weekend beautiful soul! xo

somepinkflowers said...

thanks for sharing
your Maple Seed
and
your Haiku...

:-)

here in florida
nothing is Turning
but
still

we R happy
for cooler weather...

{{ the reflection looks like
a red~bearded,
green~robed king--
who is holding a baby doll
with ribbons in her hair--
whilst
riding a grinning horse


but

i could B wrong }}

Olivia said...

I really like this post, My Queen. Who do you know who is not dealing with a lot. We all have those times, and for some of us they go on and on. I like the uncertainty in her eyes that is at the same time peaceful...it is just a hard time that will pass, is what it feels like to me. I too like the doodles! Have a wonderful weekend, Blessings and love, O

michelle renée bernard said...

Friends seem to pop in
Just when you needed them to
Nice to have around

Thanks for your visit today. I needed that. xoxo

Spadoman said...

I cannot tell you that I always think in a positive manner, but today I am. I believe that it is a happier place when we are doing something about righting the wrongs our hearts tell us about. It is then possible to have a great day and deal with what we feel we need to. Making that choice is hard, not so much the doing.

I see a large killer whale in the bottom pane of glass. I saw that before your horse prompt, but now I can see that elongated horse head too.
Your haiku is wonderful and so true. We all really fall where we do. We might think we control it, but I feel we don't. To 'grow' there, is what we must do.

Took me a while to find you today. Somehting about that link over at Rebecca's. I figured it out, but it took me all day. I never got an "A" in Pays attention to detail.

Peace

Chel said...

I know I say this pretty much every day, but your blog posts make me so happy- they make me think and make me *feel* and make me want to create and be and explore and they make me TRUST in the beauty of the world. Thank you, thank you!

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Love the haiku and your page. Your faces are always so powerful to me. Looking forward to your new journal opening and beginning. xox Corrine

DebC said...

I LOVE your journal page -
quote and artwork.
Great job.

Kate said...

From a distance I see a bird. Lovely seeing your colors. I love that about fall. Your journal page is awesome too. Your pages always amaze me with their brillance. Have a wonderful weekend.

Dawn Elliott said...

I adore the dual meaning of your haiku today, as well as the fall colors out your back door. The snapshots are absolutely stunning!

rebecca said...

dearest kim,

i adore you in every season, each and every day.

thank you for reflecting love with every heartbeat.

xoxoxoxoxo

Tarang Sinha said...

Nice haiku and beautiful pictures:)

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

What a spectacular haiku! Our trees haven't given up many leaves yet, it is odd so late in October. But I will say I have enjoyed this warmer than usual autumn. It's the dark mornings that are making me woozy. Love the quote on the beautiful journal page. Indeed, planning a day can be challenging. Riley and I are having lunch with Mom tomorrow and I will be passing her the goods. Have a mahvelous weekend!

jgr said...

Hi Kim,
I'm late to blogging, I was out of town. Your trees are gorgeous and I do see the angel and horse head - very cool! I like your journal page, too. What kind of white pen do you use?

Rosie said...

I want you to enjoy the world Kim, whilst making tiny improvements where you can. You have so much to give...
LOVE the journal page - her scars are such pretty colours.
In the window's reflection I see a T-Rex below a tree where bright birds hide from it...!
Have a wonderful weekend, bright soul! xo

laurie said...

thanks for sharing the photos of your fall colors with us - we don't get that down here in the desert southwest. your journal page captured me for several moments while i thought about the quote and your woman sifting through the stuff of life.

elizabeth said...

I know I do too.

I see a rooster!

priti.lisa said...

One of my most favorite quotes!
Oh Kim, sometimes you feel just like a twin to me.
Beautiful post. As Ever. Love, Lisa

Gollywobbles said...

I love your haiku for this post, and I saw a reflection of a horse before reading what you wrote! Amazing! Have a magical day my queen.

Marcie said...

The fall colors are so beautiful..but your journal pages are what stopped me in my tracks! Love..love..love what you've created here!

Anonymous said...

Whoa! Powerful art here! I love this!

Kathy Schuth, South Bend