celebrating stories and those who weave them
That is simply stunning--can only imagine how it felt to view that first hand, and your haiku fits perfectly
I LOVE both of these: your photo and your poem. On days when I feel trapped and overwhelmed, I'm going to imagine wearing the sky and then flying away.
Have I mentioned lately how much I adore you?
OMG, that left me speechless.P-E-R-F-E-C-T is the only word that comes even close to describing it.
very nice--the words and the photo!
Lovely - a little piece of heaven :)
gorgeous pairing. love both of them
pretty pictures and pretty words!
Oh, Tricia, that's beautiful, the photo and the words. Simply beautiful.
Nice post to start off my day!
Lovely image and words. I too am avoiding the Mockingjay reviews as I don’t have the book yet. For some reason our local independent bookstore hasn’t gotten it in yet. Congratulations on you pitch honorable mention!
Your haikus never cease to amaze me, Tricia. I hope you join my Haiku Blogfest this weekend- the poems you post here are truly gorgeous. I always know I'm in for a treat when I click on your blog!
Truly ravishing, Tricia. I hope you participate in the haiku blogfest this weekend. Your words [and photos] always inspire.
EVERYBODY! Thank you so much for all these wonderful comments. This has been a strange, difficult week for me, so I'm sorry I didn't reply to each of you, but I am so touched. Really and truly.
(Wiping a tear from my eye) Beautiful. Just beautiful.
I don't know which is more beautiful, the photo or the haiku.Sunsets are so difficult to photograph!
This is beautiful!!! That little poem... ahem, haiku, was gorgeous!!! I even imagined it :) Amazing, just wonderful.
Oh! Another one! I think this is my favorite! Really, really lovely!
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