Monday, April 3, 2017

The Wind

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Winds of change blow, as
            tumbling walls create debris 
…and fresh hope rises.

Haiku #333,
~McGuffy Ann Morris

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Five lines using the
word prompt:
"wind"

22 comments:

  1. Beautifully said. You're really creative with words.
    Hugs, Julia

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  2. After last night's storms, we could use that hope.

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    1. I understand. The March winds did a lot of damage here. Stay safe.

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  3. So beautiful! You have a way with haiku. Thanks for sharing with In Other Words.

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    1. Thank you, Patricia. I was taught by a Japanese friend many moons ago. Hugs.

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  4. Your haiku is so powerful and deep. To me, it is the perfect commentary on the way that life is.

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    1. This is a wonderful comment. Thank you. ❤

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  5. So true... I have some fresh hope! Lovely.

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  6. I enjoy memories like this. It reminds me of those I have too. :-) Words, smells and sometimes sights are quick traveling time machines, aren't they?

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  7. Perfect words, describes so much too.

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  8. Annie, have you actually written 333 haikus. If so, you haven't lost your touch. This was excellent. Love to all as well as prayers, Janet

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  9. Blooms growing where they ought not to be found is one of the best things ever - and such a strong symbol of Hope. Love this one.

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