Moments : Tranquilize


Moments : Tranquilize
Haiku Friday


Sian planted a seed a few posts ago, which in turn, prompted this haiku.
Although it really started when Lydia posted a quote from Mother Teresa.

I constructed my Wordless Wednesday post around that lovely thought.
Inadvertently, I had created my interpretation of Mother Teresa's sage declaration.

I really enjoyed the chain reaction of inspiration that spawned from one simple concept.......
S I L E N C E.


Care to say your "peace" in the form of a haiku?

20 comments:

  1. Neat. I love it when that happens. :-)

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  2. Wow, very beautifully done, and I love the picture, too.

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  3. Yes; beautifully done. So classy and calm. :)

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  4. I so love this post that it will be one of my favorite blog posts always. Gorgeous picture, perfectly described in your haiku (words so lovely!). Even your asking others to say their "peace" - wow, what a blending of beauty and serenity and openness.
    (I am going to think on the haiku, a little project for the next days...)

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  5. I am hoping to "tranquilize" today. Thank you for your post.

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  6. I am not sure what a hiaki is but what you did looks great. I love silence. If I am in a room that is too noisy, I get all jumpy and want to get away.

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  7. What a beautiful blend of imagery, both visual and poetic.

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  8. Here's something that brings me peace:

    Dip swing dip swing dip
    Skimming clear water's surface
    In a blue canoe

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  9. Beautiful, just beautiful. But it isn't really silence. There is never silence and that is what is absolutely amazing.

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  10. Gorgeous picture, perfectly described in your haiku (words so lovely!).
    ;) yes, linda´s words... i couldn´t say it better...

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  11. Silence is wonderful! Especially when you have small children. Sometimes I have to tell my little boy that mommy would like a "quiet minute" because he is such a talker sometimes!

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  12. amazing photo, missy!

    :-)

    i wish i could follow you around
    as you shoot....

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  13. hello ..is it jessica? thank you for your comment on my post about being on a pilgrimage. i had to read your comment twice just as you had to read my post twice :) i have wandered about on your blog...like the lost pilgrim that i am :) and would love to hear more about what questions you have been asking yourself about your artistic journey. your photographs are very beautiful. and i really like the style in which you are presenting your 366 project.. favorites for each month. brilliant!

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  14. Very nice thiS is balm for the my soul.

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  15. It freshens my soul
    This peaceful, white silence
    nurturing my heart.

    Beautiful post.....

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  16. HI jessica. please take a look at my blog. were you a bad cook or are you still???????

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