The Quotable


May you have:
A world of wishes at your command.
God and his angels close to hand.
Friends and family their love impart,
and Irish blessings in your heart!

~~Irish Blessing~~

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

The Joy in Haiku



Today I join Meri for Share the Joy Thursday.   For I believe we need to find it in my life every day no matter the realities in which we live.  God is Good in so many ways even in times of trial.

Joy comes in many forms.
And this day has the potential of
being just as grand as
celebrating the beauty in
the gifts from outer space.



must be open to it!
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Ron has had a love a meteorites for many years.  This is one that was so ugly on the outside I just had to ask why?  He said because they come from places we have never been and to him they are exciting.  Well, some time ago to prove that there is beauty in these "space objects" he cut on in half.  And the picture above is what was revealed.  Real beauty in crystalline form.

Falling stars at night
Brightest shooting stars above
A heavenly sight

~~~^j^~~~

Thanks be to God!!!

Cathy


Please visit Rebecca at recuerda mi corazon for Haiku My Heart. There is always more beautiful words  there to enchant and encourage!!! 




I'm also joining Lou Ceel at Haiku Friday.  Come play with words.  It's such a joy!!!




14 comments:

  1. The Louvre Pyramid! Very Da Vinci Code-ish. What a beauty, Cathy! Happy Thursday.

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  2. Yes, I really like that good texture, gives depth.

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  3. It's as amazing and mysterious as the Flower of Life images at the Osirian temple at Abydos, Egypt. . . . what perfection waiting to be revealed and appreciated.

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  4. wow, this is fascinating! The texture on the surface...

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  5. As in art, life and love, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I love the haiku and the photograph. It would be interesting to know how one would look for a meteor. I'd like to go on such a trek. Until then, I'll do my hunting in the sky. That is where i find my beauty.


    Peace

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  6. Such a gift is right as is your haiku ~ ^_^

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  7. I'm glad you find joy in shooting/falling stars. So do I!

    Building Sand Castles

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  8. thanks for sharing the inside of a shooting star...
    fascinating, beautiful and mind-boggling too♥♥

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  9. Lost light finds way in
    Scratched metal visitor
    Wink then burn away

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  10. "Lift the rock and you will find Me;
    Cleave the wood and there am I."

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  11. nice blog

    http://www.alliapps.com/

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