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Wonderful visual, heartfelt haiku.That's some fabulous moonrise but really, how do you train a truck?
chickory thats lovely.I have to write les a poembut after I will write another one for you..neil
I love the sound of the word, "Cohutta."
is that where you live chickoryif you dont mind me asking..neil
this makes me want to take a big wonderful nap in that field. Wonderful imagery and haiku.
Something magic about that time of day, no? And lovely moonrise. Meanwhile, in case you're able to participate or are interested in checking out the entries, July Culinary Smackdown has been announced on my blog. Take care,eggy
well, as long as you are not asleep at the wheel.great photo!
It's a girl, my Lord, in a flatbedFord slowin' down to take a look at me!
moon beamsweave flowersin summer times essence's scentindigo yellow blue orange green redsound of the frequencygrandmother spin humming birdfly uponeternal windround and roundstirring flowriver raw flycosmic ray pierce throughon tip of starlightmother earth medicinetru nature liveby the power of the thunderbuttercup lift ..peace..
"ochre light" - I like that. Like ditch lillies in the foreground welcoming the moon's first nocturne light.
Such a nice time between daylight and night, the air feels different and the sky takes on a softer hue ...lovely haiku.I saw your sunshine yellow carrots on photostream, they are such a pretty yellow. xoxox ♡
gottalove summer!× × ×/t.
Doan be givin' too many geo clues, Chick 9, lessin' some web nephew show up. Mayhap I'se be switchin' yore laigs fer bein' so careless.
ruh-roh, Aunty's mad.
Hold the fort
hold the fort
Love the haiku. So sorry I've not really been here to take part. Love the sentiment about the truck knowing the way ... I swear my car knows its way home too.
Hello! I saw a few posts back that you brought some of your kokeshi dolls to the market in Blue Ridge. Will you have them with you this Saturday on the third? I would love to admire them in person and maybe get one. or two. or three. :)BTW, I'm Lindsey. I'm the one who sent you a convo on Etsy from the Lindsey's Retreat account. We're now Highland Sundry. Anyway, I'll stop and say hi this saturday at the market. My booth will be set up by Tina's tie dye. And last Saturday I just admired the painting of the wild flowers. It spoke to me. Really really beautiful.Lindsey. email@example.com. Blogger's not liking me tonight.
Hi Chickieboom! Haiku theme this week - Patriotism! Hope things are good in the woods this week!
Hello yellow cabin. I want to come visit soon to innertube down the river. hello to easter. I can make some more art for your wall.
* Cohutta * I can say that over and over again.Luv' the poem - can see the truck in my head knowing where it's going.
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