Haiku My Heart: Unbounded Joy (and email hoax warning)


our souls burst with joy
songs sung to the universe
pure galactic notes

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NOTICE: Rebecca alerted me early this morning
that my email account had been hijacked
and emails with a link to a Viagara ad
are going out under my email address.
There will be no subject, just a link in the body.

These things are going around - I got 
half a dozen this week from other bloggers
and people I know. I didn't open them,
but still. . . .   Yahoo claims it's not a virus,
that someone got hold of my username and password,
so I now have a new password to remember.

Eee gads!


rebecca said…
oh my gosh,
you have shamed my haiku with your ultimate

(pun intended!!)
Beautiful Fiery Stars of energy to welcome in the Autumnal Equinox. Songs sung to the universe help achieve harmony and balance. Lovely Meri!
Deann LMFT said…
Love fireworks- and you haiku really spoke to my week as I am celebrating both of my children's birth- and the beginning of my favorite season.
Ileana said…
Brilliant and powerful! I love it!
Spadoman said…
Oh Cool! Fireworks!

Brightening the sky

A seasonal announcement

Fine photo and words

Love this!

I love how you weave words and images so well.
EG CameraGirl said…
I feel your enthusiasm! Nicely done.
Ramesh Sood said…
This is so beautiful..
paper-n-soul said…
Pure galactic notes in an explosion of unbounded joy, for certain. The Universe sings back.

I opened it thinking it was probably the e-mail you are going to send me (soon?). My web browser was down for an hour this aft. - don't know if there is a connection.

Beautiful fireworks. Love the word 'unbounded'.
Ms. Moon said…
The word "galactic" is not used nearly enough.
Jill K. Berry said…
I am also drawn to the perfect pairing of this photo and the the word "galactic". Wooowieee!
Brenda said…
How perfect your words were for your picture. Just perfect!
Love all the pictures, you have a great eye. So much to absorb here.
And thank you for stopping by and commenting on my Haiku!
Have an amazing and creative weekend!
foxysue said…
Loving all the haiku posts and comments. Your image is very exciting and words to match!
turquoise cro said…
Hey Meri! I saw on your profile page, YOU loved Eat, PRAY, lOVE!!! dID you GO SEE THE movie??!! Isn't that stupid all someone has to do all day is be a hacker and wreck our emails and such??!! I had to laugh at your haioku, it is perfect for what I did Thursday after cleaning, I got out my old guitar, dad's fiddle and mandolin and played all of them which I don't know how!!! Hahahaha and then I sang a lot of hymns, I just hope my neighbors didn't hear, it would have meant a visit to the ear specialist!! hehe
I got it, didn't open it. My yahoo account was phished too. I obliterated the account completely since I do not use it. It sent out emails to all of my acquaintances. Very unfortunate. I recognized it for that reason.
Nanka said…
Superlative feelings of joy in the Haiku. The picture so well describes the feeling too.
kendalee said…
Your haiku's always a treat!

I received the mail too... I opened it but then, assuming you hadn't gone into a sideline business, deleted it. Stupid hackers. I always think it's such a waste of a talent.
Linnea said…
I've been selling viagra and lots of other drugs for months! LOL! Beautiful haiku and sky!
Relyn Lawson said…
I love the idea of unbounded joy! Hey, I am hosting an swap on my blog and sign up ends tomorrow. I just wanted to invite you personally. Of course, I totally understand if that's not something you're interested in doing. Just wanted to let you know that I'd be thrilled if you would consider joining us. I hope the end of your week is marvelous.

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