Sunday, March 14, 2010

Haiku Bones-Pregnant

Burst forth with new life
Scatter stardust to the wind
Possibilities

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I'm back in town-gotta clean a virus off the laptop-sorry if you've been getting weird e-mail.  Piles of mail and post cards and such to sort out.  Limping still, but maybe not as much.  Vacay was wonderful-many fine friends, much fine food, some great photo ops, new perspectives and all the things a vacation is supposed to bring.

I've had a Casper visit (fat and happy) and the three BC's are home.  Monday I get the small dog crew and Mister Bird.  He (Oliver) was wayyyyy to interested in his surroundings when I left him, so I am sure he's got new tricks to show me when he comes home-heaven help us all.  At least there were no macaws or really LOUD birds there when I dropped him off-those tricks I can do without.

10 comments:

SOL said...

I really like this haiku--nice take on the theme; more suggested than obvious.

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studio lolo said...

wow, really nice haiku!!

Sounds like the vacay was all you needed it to be ;)
xo

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Good to hear that you have returned home DK. Can't wait to hear more about the vacay. I really like this haiku. Bursting stardust sounds so exciting, like spring.

soulbrush said...

so very glad the vac was a good one, you needed that badly! as long as you aren't preggers, that's okay!

Mim said...

I thought it might have been a vacation miracle!
Glad you had a good time Debs - say hello to Oliver from us all

Debra Kay said...

I took Oliver's painting to be framed-was waiting for the big coupon to come out....LOL so we got the frame I wanted AND the museum quality glass. It was worth the wait-it's going to be awesome. I can't wait to show you guys.

Stan Ski said...

As you suggest, with new life the possibilities are endless.

Jim said...

This is very nice, Debra. I would like to know more about stardust. I think it is related to fairydust.

Your haiku reminded me of some third graders in Sunday school this morning. Two of the little girls were very impressed with the stars God made on the fourth day and showed it nicely in their artwork. I do hope they will write poetry--perhaps they already do?
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Tumblewords: said...

Love the idea of stardust scattered to the wind. Nice!