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'F' ~ Fading Flowers ~ Alphabe Thursday

'Winter Moon' prompt for Carpe Diem Haiku

For Carpe Diem Haiku ~ Prompts ~ Frost  and Last Day of Winter

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Wishing you a wonderful, healthy and Happy New Year.

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QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'In my life's chain of events nothing was accidental. Everything happened according to an inner need.' ~ Hannah Senesh

Do you agree with the quote above?


  1. great photos. About the quote: I've always believed in fate! Maybe it just looks that way, after the fact... Enjoy the New Year! {:-D

  2. Gorgeous pics! ArtMuse Dog is a real cutie, too!

  3. Love the photo of your tree! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and have a Happy New Year!

  4. Although I normally don't "get" poetry or haikus, I enjoyed that last one. :) Your creativity shines!

  5. Wonderful haikus! I'm not totally sure if I agree with the quote or not. I don't believe that everything happens for a reason, but I do believe that something good can come out of everything that happens and turn it around.

  6. A provocative question! Will have to get back to you on that one. Happy New Year to you and puppy.

  7. I had never thought that a fading flower can look beautiful ! I can't agree with the quote, nothing happened because of my inner need, or would I need a burning house for example ?

  8. Love the Christmas angel. Your fading flowers are still lovely as well. Beautiful haiku! It's always a delight to visit here.

  9. Simply beautiful.. as always.. I come here and I'm amazed by your words and there's so much variety here.. and it's always good to see Artmuse.. :)

  10. Lovely photos. Yes, I think nothing is really an accident. Even when horrible things happen--years later you can see the bigger picture and always find some amazing things were learned...even if it was the hard way. Sometimes people like myself can't seem to learn the easy way. ;)

  11. Wonderful post Carol. I love the haiku you have written for Carpe Diem. Thank you for sharing

  12. It is not the last of winter for me ... but it is approaching a Happy New Year! :-)
    Wishing you a good one! Last of winter

  13. Wow, Carol!

    Another fabulous post!

    I love your winter haiku.

    And the faded flower capture is so poignant and evocative!

    Thanks for linking!

    Happy New Year!



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