Paint Party Friday and Haiku My Heart


'Tree Full of Angels



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(Please keep Gemma in your heart, thoughts and prayers.
She is one of the haiku poets on Haiku My Heart)



Today, Friday, is one of our favorite post days because we connect with artists and poets that we have known for awhile and they are all filled with the creative spirit of the divine. We are sharing today with:


Paint Party Friday

Haiku My Heart

The blog links are highlighted for you to click on and go there and fill your spirit within with divine creative energy from the artists and poets. My recent painting is done in an Asian brush style. It is the above photo and is entitled 'A Tree Full of Angels'. I am not quite sure it is complete but wanted to post it to share. My haiku is below for Haiku My Heart:


haiku


blue, blue waters
summer playtime, arts, crafts, boats
serenity spirit.
-o-

heat, humidity
season brings gentle rain drops
thunder lightening.
-o-

nature balances
look to mother season guides
way to live each day.



Wishing you a happy, loving weekend.


Hugs and namaste,


and




We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day, especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^



There is a blog hop here that began on Monday and is still up for another day or so ~ Magical Monday Meme (click on the link to go there) for creative people of all mediums. Hope you will join us. Thanks ^_^

QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'Within your heart, keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go.' (Louise Driscoll)


Comments

  1. An angel tree! Nice! Soothing haikus and a good quote.
    Have a really good weekend! :)

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  2. I loved the painting...its really beautiful....and as always, a meaningful haiku..."way to live each day" :-)

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  3. Hello Carol, sweet words of summer, take care and enjoy the season, take care. xx

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  4. dear carol,
    thank you for your summer love haiku! i am so happy to see you here as a bright and welcome part of haiku my heart since you found us at recuerda mi corazon. each one of you are the heart in haiku!

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  5. The angel tree is very special. I love your haiku. I am very much a seasonal person but I have never thought of the concept of a season guide. Again, you have given me something to ponder.
    Have a wonderful weekend. I hope that your artist's reception turned out well. I would love to hear about it.

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  6. love the pink angels in the tree...is that in your yard!? and the haiku set describes the emerging summer to a tee...

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  7. Hi Carol and ArtMuseDog! Great post this week! I see you taking abreak over there, ArtMuseDog! Well, it has been HOT - at least where I live. So, breaks and water are good! See you next week!

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  8. I adore your angel tree !!!

    Lovely summer celebrations here.
    Happy Friday !

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  9. I love that you added angels to the tree. :) Wonderful!

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  10. Beautiful lines and colors!! Happy PPF!

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  11. Lovely words with great advice in the last one.

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  12. A living tree, very good. Saludos

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  13. Carol, this tree is one of my favorites of yours so far. Beautiful work and beautiful words. Happy PPF

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  14. this is so pretty. I didn't notice the little angels at first but then they just started popping out at me!

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  15. Love your angel tree! Summer is upon us in full force, lovely haiku.

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  16. I saw a Japanese style before I saw the red square that usually signifies that for me on a painting. I saw the "little girls" in the tree before I learned they were angels. I like the dark outline that brings this all to life.
    Your poems are music to my ears and eyes today.
    HPPF!!! And thanks for your thoughtful comments on my blog too! ;-)

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  17. it's like to watch through the rain... i enjoy!

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  18. Wonderful tree of angels! I'm especially touched by your final haiku, nature balances. It certainly does!
    Happy PPF, and Haiku my Heart!

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  19. I'm having some commenting issues today so if this is a repeat I do apologize. Your tree is so lovely, I truly adore it! and kisses for Muse Dog! Happy PPF!

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  20. I love the angels in your tree, and enjoyed your nature weather haiku! Have a great weekend!

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  21. Lovely painting, beautiful concept! Thank you for your haikus, they express the nature of summer beautifully!

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  22. I love your tree! It is so full of grace. Also your poem is very nice too.

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  23. Love your angel tree, what a beautiful thought! Valerie

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  24. Thank you dear Carol. Namaste

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  25. "season guides way to live each day"

    I just spent two weeks in a two quite warm cities in Mexico, with no air conditioning. When I came back to the U.S., I nearly froze to death in the airport. You get used to what the season provides!

    Razor Wire

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  26. Wonderful tree and haiku this week!

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  27. Lovely tree painting! I like how it takes a moment to notice the fruit is actually angels.

    -:¦:- Art Update: Echeveria Plant -:¦:-

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  28. I love the simplicity and beauty of this piece! Happy PPF and Namaste!

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  29. Wonderfully delightful angel tree!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  30. Love this celebration of summer's arrival. That's me serene within the boat's embrace as I drag my hand through the water.

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  31. such a wonderful and charming tree!

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  32. I love the colors you chose - so simple and elegant

    Caitlyn (ladyphlogiston)

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  33. Love your angel tree and the chop you used! Thanks so much for stopping by, Laura

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  34. I hope Gemma gets better soon!

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  35. Who wouldn't want a tree of angels in their backyard!! I know I would!! Well done!! Hugs for you and Gemma who I had the pleasure to meet a few years ago now!! Giggles

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  36. Nature balances is just so true. Nicely done.

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  37. i love the cool shape of your tree Carol!

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  38. A lovely angel tree ... can you hear them singing? I can!

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  39. I like the serene words ~ Cheers ~

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  40. I enjoyed looking at your tree painting. awesome, carol!

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  41. lovely tree and cute little angles! Really like your style!

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  42. Lovely tree! Beautiful haikus esp the second & thrid:)
    HPPF!

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  43. I love the tree with the spirits. . . Blessings, Janet PPF

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