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Photo, New Zealand by Marie-Claire Holmes
This haiku was inspired by Jessie's move this week to a new house and town and Kay's journey from Singapore to London. Bonne chance et bonne courage, mes amis!
New horizons mean
more challenges unfolding;
Posted by Tara Bradford on 30 July 2006 at 11:11 | Permalink
the photo and poem are perfect together. I agree that it is a mission statement for life. thx.
ally bean |
02 August 2006 at 02:15
Saw this! I'm really excited and thank you for the encouragement!
31 July 2006 at 18:37
It's so beauteful Tara and there's something "Sauvage".
I've received The "maquette" of my book and I've to correct it. So I stop my blog for the moment. I'll begin again in september probably. Perhaps before I don't now, because I've my second to finish. So lot of kisses Tara.
BY, You can wrote me if you want.
31 July 2006 at 10:06
That haiku is DEFINATELY going to be hung on the fridge in our new home (or maybe the espresso machine!)...somewhere that I'll see it every day and be reminded both of you and what an incredible adventure this thing called "life" really is!
Thank you my friend.
31 July 2006 at 05:59
Beautiful photo..Haiku very meaningful to me as I had relocated w/ husband and children over the yrs. 13 moves due to job relocations!We certainly made many friends along the way.
30 July 2006 at 18:53
Homesickness aside, I am loving Marie-Claire's NZ photo series.
Loved the haiku :)
30 July 2006 at 15:46
A perfect haiku !Amazing how so few words have an enormous impact! Pam
Pam ARIES |
30 July 2006 at 13:54
I'm with Susan - what a great mission statement for life. Beautiful photo too!
30 July 2006 at 13:30
I like your haiku so much that I think I will adopt it as my personal Mission Statement...as soon as my current "challenge" is finally completed!
(I especially like the last line!)
30 July 2006 at 13:19
Your New Zealand photos are always stunning! It looks like a beautiful little bit of Eden
30 July 2006 at 12:19
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