Friday, October 7, 2011

Haiku My Heart: Swan Dive





fall morning sun
casts her spotlight on you
time for your swan dive 



This week's Haiku My Heart offerings
can be found at Rebecca's place.

p.s. There were over 400 visits to FinallyMe.com yesterday.
Please check back often to see what's new.

13 comments:

Vintage Green said...

Count 2 of those visits as mine!!
Congratulations!! I love it and will be checking in often!

Cheryl said...

Love your photo and haiku. I've forgotten what a swan dive looks like tho. How did you market your new blog to get 400 hits? I'm curious.

Stephanie said...

Happy that your site had such a good launch!!

helen tilston said...

Congratulations and well deserved
400 hits is good reason to celebrate.
Continued blessings
Helen xx

Spadoman said...

I get it. The colors here where I live have been brilliant and vibrant for the last week. Today, the sun was still shining on them, but the wind has been strong and hard out of the Southeast, stripping the leaves form the trees and making their swan songs into piles for the children to jump into. Fabulous haiku, so much meaning. Good to stop by here and see you zmeri, I have stayed away too long and i apologize.

Peace to you and all you hold dear.

Nanka said...

Love the spotlight on the star of the show here and can see them gradually tumbling down bidding farewell!! Au revoir!!

tami said...

fall colors - gorgeous -
400 hits! Whoohoo!

rebecca said...

i am in the kitchen today. our summer garden had a quick and exquisite swan dive brought on by an early frost. the fruits of summer fill every basket and bowl inspiring a diversity of favorite meals.

thank you for your eye for beauty and your newest gift to us all...
finally me!!

deb did it said...

this photo is stunning! Oh to share a fall season someday with camera in hand!

Hazel said...

The image of swan dive gives off a feel of extra energy. Lovely haiku and photo. And congratulations on the 400 hits.

Visiting from Haiku my Heart

miss pie said...

i love this wonderful transition... every year it happens in one day a tall big tree can lose all its leaves.. and to be able to sit and observe is truly magnificent... i guess ya gotta love trees... each leaf has a style all its own as it travels downward in that spiraling swan dive....

Relyn said...

Congratulations on your new venture. May it be wonderfully received and a blessing for everyone.

Stephanie said...

I'm early on eastern time...if you are looking for JOY I am here :)

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