urged to take
As I sit in my house quietly looking out the window, the leaves look like they’re clapping to a silent performance asking for an encore.
Blanketed under clutter
Go out and play
Sadly I found trying to do something with the abandonment of a child much harder than I thought thanks to my loud to do list. It was so intense I decided to pay attention to that.
This is a reflection on the first time I experienced the enormity and awe of being inside a beautiful cathedral.
Humid pale green
Spring has begun in Maryland. I love it when all the baby leaves start popping out!
Not enough characters
Who are you?
am I missing?
Let me in!
This came to me after trying after several failed attempts to reset a password that had expired. It made me think of how quickly we can be feel out of control and at the mercy of a seemingly more powerful human force.
1. I am drawn to this haiku by Zee Zahava because…it expresses being in the moment that is so real and understandable.
2. In this haiku I notice…what it is to be in the moment and how the simplicity of a beautiful red bird can be such an awesome reminder to take notice in the very moment we are in right now.
3. Reading this haiku…I experience the tranquility of being in the moment.
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