Haiku My Heart: Angel

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© 2010 Meri Arnett-Kremian

her slender hand thrust
high in the air, a bouquet
of roses clutched there


Elena said…
Powerful photograph and words.
Naquillity said…
you put together a nice image with your words & photograph. hope all is well.
Anonymous said…
An enchanting combination of words and image. Thanks for this.

All the best, Boonie
Alan Burnett said…
Thanks for reminding us that the simplicity of just a few words can be as powerful as a book.
foxysue said…
blue daze
by blue haze,
and blue gaze,
I'm just a-m-a-z-e-d!

Sue x
deb did it said…
awesome photo...LOVE all the Haiku Love lately!
rebecca said…
you fill my eyes...and delight my heart.
perfect gift to come home to, thank you meri!
Anonymous said…
You do have a wonderful way with words...

I think that this is one of the most beautiful angels that you have posted. She has a deeply spiritual quality unlike the more cherubic angels of the past ~ more of the divine feminine about her -something very forthright and good. I like it and the haiku is lovely. I didn't haiku today. I did something different for a friend.
Kim Mailhot said…
gorgeous ! love this posture and these words !
Have a great weekend !
Nanka said…
Nice image and lovely words!!
Anonymous said…
I love this angel. Her wings are so beautiful and the expression on her face is so happy. Do you know where the statue is located?
Annie Jeffries said…
A perfect merger of words and image.
My Lady Haiku,
I thought I heard you weeping
as the angel sang.
turquoise cro said…
This ANGEL is soOOooO pretty,is that pine draped around her shoulders?!! and the raising of the roses!!! SWEET! I wish we could have statues on our graves but my final resting place,they don't allow them anymore!!Drat!!I have 2 places really, the story of the country mouse and the city mouse, well, my husband is the city mouse and the other resting place is upon a hill out in the country(out in the sticks!)for country mice like me! I have to decide where I would rather be, beside my city mouse or upon a hill lonely, well NOT, most of my relatives are buried here but mom and dad won't be soOOo whatever!!!

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