Saturday, June 23, 2012

Stepping stones



     


stepping stones
one pillar a day,
bridge of salt

~0~0

helping hand
brings the summer sun,
amidst rain

~0~0

your kind words
 waft across the sea,    
warm teapot 



34 comments:

  1. when your castles stand on pillars of salt, pillars of sand....

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  2. Your kind words
    waft across the sea
    warm teapot


    Love this one Grace.

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  3. Grace--wonderful! Really like all in the set--choice images include--bridge of salt, and the warm teapot, the sun amidst rain...so, basically everything rocks (including the photo).

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  4. Grace ~ awesome photo (looks a bit like home ~ MA) ~ like the words 'wafting across the sea' ~ lovely haiku ~~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

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  5. such a warm haiku set... you have a beautiful heart Grace!

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  6. Such a pleasant use of words ... really a soothing haiku ... relaxing !!!

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  7. 3 wonderful haiku of support....each different and the same.....love the photo - making those towers is fun

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  8. Such pillars hold life together most times too.

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  9. Great haiku, Grace! Like the second. There's always a helping hand against all odds when one is down!

    Hank

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  10. Lovely! Really enjoyed the mood you create in these so I waft these warm words across the sea to you!

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  11. i def like the last one the best...the warm word,,,pairing with comforts like tea....cool verse grace...

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  12. The first one reminds of the legend of Lord Rama in Indian mythology... an army of monkey soldiers is said to have built a bridge connecting Sri Lanka and India :)

    And the last makes me think of a friendly call amidst a sea of hopelessness.

    Vivid haiku, Grace.

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  13. When I see "pillar" in conjunction with "salt," I can't help but think of Lot's wife.

    How Did This Happen?

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  14. Wow.. the second one is too good! loved it Grace! :)
    Quest of the unknown.

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  15. Greetings from Oman!!
    Lovely thought and nice pic too.Have a great sunday!

    Shantana

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  16. when I read first and second, felt we were in the same boat, hi-five for all three :)

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  17. Three nice ones, but the last one is my favourite. For the English, who whenever danger or disaster threatens the only possible solution is to make a pot of tea!

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  18. Love the picture, and the haiku..its sweet :)

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  19. Like your "bridges" - including what you did with helping hands and kind words.

    Richard

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  20. What a wonderful photo and haiku!

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  21. I really like the line "waft across the sea". Nicely done.

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  22. I like all three but the warm teapot tugged at my heart!! :)
    Always a privilege to read!
    Reassuring

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  23. pure comfort in sweet balance.
    so much grace!

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  24. all your writings are always as graceful as you are...
    lovely Haiku's dear... :) :) :)

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  25. Very interesting images, especially:"your kind words
    waft across the sea". Enjoyed reading:))

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  26. Lovely haiku ~ very well set
    http://anu-dailypost.blogspot.in/2012/06/my-family-support.html

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  27. Wow, these are lovely, Grace! I really enjoyed all three :)

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  28. Nice work. I love your imagery.


    Melanie

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  29. I enjoyed reading all your haiku. Your photo is beautiful, too! :-)

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  30. Grace, I loved them all, but particularly the third one. It made me smile.

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