Friday, January 4, 2013

Letters


                                      vintage pages 
                                      scenting of autumn's pines--     
                                      grandma's words echo like bells           




                                                            ~0~0~


                                                            calligraphy
                                                            on torn pages -- 
                                                            canvas of a stormy sky 


Posted for Haiku Heights - Prompt is Script
and Haiku My Heart


Picture credit:   here

40 comments:

  1. What a treasure it would be to find such vintage pages. Lovely poems, Grace.

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  2. Beautiful...I loved these images...

    I am here Grace..

    http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/01/time-to-talk-to-soul.html#comment-form

    RS:)

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  3. Grandma...calligraphy... great stuff, G.

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  4. Beautiful and intriguing. Thanks for sharing--and happy new year.

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  5. Outstanding 'ku, Grace. Wow!

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  6. Beautiful haiku. Grandma's words - your haiku is bringing back so many memories for me of my own Grandma!

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  7. Beautiful! I love "vintage pages."

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  8. So lovely Grace... I love the line "grandma's words echo like bells." How I miss my grandmothers and so wish that I could sit down with them and hear their sweet, wise voices...

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  9. Calligraphy on torn pages ... that's beautiful !!!

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  10. i've seen your posts and i really love your purposes, i hope we could follow each other to stay in touch and see inmediatly our new posts. wish your all the best for this 2013

    xoxo www.malesclutch.blogspot.com
    Sergio,

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  11. Wow.
    And you know how I feel about Grandmothers and wisdom.

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  12. ...I love vintages...and grandma & wisdom... The canvas of a stormy sky's perfect... smiles...

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  13. Amazing use of imagery. I loved them both. Well penned.

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  14. Your haiku are fabulous! I can't help but think I know what a bundle like this might mean to someone. Maybe it's time print out hundreds of pages of the lives of our family and not keep them hidden in cyberspace. I'm motivated!



    Peace

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  15. Pages you can surely treasure and that have no measure.

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  16. Ah, those vintage pages. Love 'em.

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  17. Both are very beautiful ~ love the grandma echos and vintage pages ~

    (A Creative Harbor aka ArtMuseDog and Carol )

    Always good to have you visit.

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  18. these are exquisite grace... happy new year!

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  19. Wonderful. I am especially enamored with the first one. Well done, Grace.

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  20. Exquisite first poem and both are brilliant. Lucky grandma to have such a tribute x

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  21. I sense the fragrance Grace, lovely

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  22. Wish I could smell the pages too... the second is class apart... sheer awesomeness...

    Happy Sunday
    http://unshakenthoughts.com/2013/01/06/script-for-haiku/

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  23. Beautifully done Grace! The prompt and the pic blend perfectly! That's the beauty of old manuscripts. More so the capture of moments in time that touch part of our life!
    Nicely!

    Hank

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  24. lovely, soft and lovely.
    Just beautiful, Grace ♥♥

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  25. Beautiful images--love the calligraphy on torn pages

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  26. absolutely wonderful. I especially like the first poem. :<)

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  27. So beautiful..I too love the calligraphy on torn pages.

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  28. Lovely images, both of them. Esp loved the imagery of the torn pages.

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  29. And that is why we keep our cards and letters in a special file in the fireproof safe. Beautiful!

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  30. Both excellent, Grace, the first one so evocative and perfumed, the second one terrific.
    :)

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  31. Both are terrific! But first one made me emotional. I will treasure those vintage pages.

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  32. Both are beautiful, but the first spoke most eloquently to me.

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  33. Beautiful...vintage letters are indeed a treasure :)

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  34. Words echoing like bells... nice thought!

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  35. loved both the haiku... "canvas of a stormy sky"- beautiful imagery!!

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  36. I always wince when I see torn pages. I wonder what prompted the tearer to rip those sacred words, whether calligraphic or otherwise...

    Weird Script

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  37. Very nice. I like how well the haiku and photo go together.

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