Artists and Poets Friday


Second in Remember Series
for Paint Party Friday



Haiku for Haiku My Heart



FRIDAY POST ~ Welcome and do enjoy the 'remembering painting' and my haiku for the season. Change, transition is a type of 'limbo' place. Whether it is in reaction to seasonal changes, creative work, or life issues, it can be a rather unsettling place to be. Know that it is all part of the process in exploring and expanding the creative spirit.

Today we are sharing with:
Paint Party Friday
Haiku My Heart
Creative Everyday
Carpe Diem Haiku




Hope you will check out the very creative blogs above and enjoy.

Wishing you a peaceful and delightful 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 ^_^



QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'A part of nature myself, I need to see the sky, hear the songs of birds, watch the mountains changing colors. These rejuvenate me; these make me better. As much as I must dwell in my mind, still I must make time to abide with nature and expose my animal skin to the elements.'
~ Eric Masel


Comments

  1. Nicely done. Liked the spiritual angle of the last.

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  2. Yes, change can be unsettling - however it can also be uplifting and refreshing. I believe change is good. I think your haiku this week is just lovely. The painting too! Beautiful work! Happy PPF

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  3. What a treat Carol, these haiku, inspired on the one by Basho, are breathtaking. What can I say more? I am speechless and can only be a silent reader. Thank you for participating in Carpe Diem.

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  4. Great painting, it is so pretty
    and the Haiku is lovely too.

    I hope that things are well with you Carol.

    Sorry I have not visited for a while
    but have been busy busy and seem to be always
    chasing my tail.
    But the good thing is that I got to say hello today!

    Have a lovely weekend.

    x Fiona

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  5. How lovely and peaceful. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  6. What a beautiful poem by Eric Masel - and I love your flickering candle in your side panel - Best Wishes also to Artmuse Dog - Jane UK

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  7. Beautiful haiku that embrace the changing of the season!

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  8. thank you for being here carol sharing your haiku love at recuerda mi corazon!

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  9. Hi Carol. Good to see you as always. Love the angel so peaceful looking. Enjoyed reading your Haiku's as well. Always enjoyable. Regards to ArtMuseDog. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. Lovely, and I love the Eric Masel quote.

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  11. Thank you for this reminder of change... the preparation and the shedding... it is a very special and sacred time indeed. The prayers of remembrance once again paints the sky with hope... so lovely Carol.

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  12. Carol, the painting is lovely. Also, your haiku poetry is very beautiful and thoughtful.

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  13. Oh seasons change does awaken our spirits. A certain contentment to live in harmony with the mytery. xxx

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  14. Beautiful words to go with a lovely painting Carol. Happy PPF, Annette x

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  15. As usual, beautiful haikus! I love the nature theme.

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  16. Beautiful painting and touching, wonderful haikus. HPPF!

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  17. what a lovely second in series and your haikus are truly beautiful! Happy PPF!

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  18. I like the cool air and changing seasons ~ Nice one ~

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  19. I loved the haiku ... cool embrace !!!

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  20. I like that last line "Listen their story" Beautiful haiku and I like the background you have it on! Have a great weekend!

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  21. The picture and the Haikus imbue peace and serenity...Fab! HPPF:)

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  22. the change of season so well written....there is both joy and excitement, and some discontentment at this time...

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  23. I don't really like change but it does making life more interesting and is inevitable. HPPF.

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  24. so, so beautiful Carol... the last haiku really touched me deeply.

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  25. This is so beautiful. It touches my heart. Thank you
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  26. I have been drawn to the sacred white birches this month myself... You'll see when i finish my WIP...

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  27. Thank you for reminding me that all things have stories to tell...

    Instead of Poppies

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  28. I love the renewal in the changing season too!

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  29. I enjoy my visits as I get the chance to stop and consider your lovely words and lines... always feel relaxed and refreshed after my moments here...xx

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  30. Some folks embrace change, others deny it, yet it happens and is one of life's miracles; when the seasons change, when cells divide and become a spirit, any time the sun rises. We can watch the sun move across the heavens and the leaves change their color. I'm willing to watch these miracles as they happen, and I embrace your thoughts about it here.

    Peace

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  31. Sweet words and art! Pretty soft colors too!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  32. I especially like your first and third haiku - and love your praying angel.

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  33. I love the peaceful feeling to your sketch.... and the beautiful Haiku.

    Karenx

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  34. I love the stories that spirits tell...

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  35. Beautiful painting and love the word to your Haiku!

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  36. Carol,
    Love this remember series.
    And your haiku's are beautiful...and gorgeous on that serene blue background, too!
    Wonderful!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  37. She is so serene and sweet! Lovely poems too.

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  38. What a sweet, comforting little spirit. She would be lovely in a child's room.

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  39. I always enjoy your wonderful paintings, serene photos and haiku. Thank you for your comments on my blog. I like the complimentary colors of blue and orange. It seems she is in the desert alone, but not alone!

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  40. I totally understand. Sometimes as things happen we change and our art changes with us. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  41. White birches...white poppies...white clouds--all things have stories, if only we will listen!

    White Poppy

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  42. Lovely haiku and painting to accompany it.

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