Friday, March 25, 2011

Haiku My Heart: Stream




spring water cascades
down a waterfall, rushing
past the old homestead


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15 comments:

Stephanie said...

spectacular! I can hear your words in the water.

happy Friday!
x..x

Spadoman said...

Great photo. I can sit and watch/listen to a gurgling stream for hours. The water never stops. This made me think of words in an Allman Brothers song:

It just keeps on flowin'

It don't worry 'bout where it's goin'

Love that thought about a flowing stream

Peace

Ramesh Sood said...

A place to sit for meditation..I can hear the sounds..

Kim Mailhot said...

magical watery words, Lovely Meri. I feel refreshed.
Have a great weeknd !

foxysue said...

Painterly picture in perfect flow, wishing you continued flow this sprintime.

Sue x

beth said...

happy weekend meri !!

Eryl said...

You do such wonderful things with images.

Noelle Renee said...

Meri,
Somehow this reminds me of a waterfall one might see in Ireland. All the green moss around and the old fashioned look of it. It is just lovely. A beautiful capture for Spring. A new lease on life!
xoxo,
Noelle

Grammy said...

How beautiful! I love all the blue in the photo and your words were perfect.

Margaret Pangert said...

Meri` Great haiku and image! I can hear the haiku, see it, and most of all feel the nostalgia of the old homestead. Love it!

Amanda Moore said...

I can imagine cool water running down that stream hearing the strongest sounds while on the bridge perfect Haiku!

gemma said...

This is lovely. I can almost hear it.

ms pie said...

the beauty of haiku form shines so brilliantly blue... a bridge and flowing stream awaits discovery... i can imagine starting each early dawn hearing the falls pass by.... a most beautiful photo too...

Marilyn said...

Very beautiful words and image. I too love water like this and can listen to it for hours.

rebecca said...

my week seemed to rush right past me too! home yet striving to catch up i am finally back,
in the flow....
so come dear friend,
haiku my heart!