Sunday, August 5, 2012

Hope

     August 6 NaHaiWrimo prompt is "hope", provided by Johnny Baranski.
     


   Comments on my haiku may be found here. Click this to get more information on the 31 Different NaHaiWrimo Prompters in August 2012. 

     Inspired by Postcards from Paradise 

     Shared with Haiku Heights with the prompt "stars" 
    

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    1. Thanks, Fran. It was my hubby who had surgery.

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  2. the scent of dawn is a lovely phrase.

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  3. Thanks, Judith. I wish I knew how to go to your website. I click your name and only found your email address.

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  4. Lovely. Must check the NaHaiWrimo link.
    :-)

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    1. Thanks! Please do join us. It's so much fun! :-)

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  5. the scent of dawn....
    may this morning star shine bright and lift both your hearts.
    sending you light, comfort and well being.

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    1. Thank you so much, Rebecca! Visiting your blog has always brought a positive feeling. Your words have healing energy all the time. :-)

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  6. I like the scent of dawn ~ Hope the surgery went well with your hubby ~

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    1. We always try to find any sign to give us hope, don't we? Yes, it went well. It was a major brain surgery. He is now miraculously exceeding the doctor's expectations. :-)

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  7. Hope all is fine and surgery went well. Haiku gives sense of hope and trust. I like it. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks for the comment, Harshad. That's what I like about haiku. In a few words, we can convey a message of hope and trust. I'm glad this haiku resonates with you. Thanks for the visit. :-)

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  8. I hope your husband continues to exceed all expectations and I'm glad his surgery was successful. That flower does exude hope. Beautiful. :)

    Leo

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  9. WOW! What a wonderful haiga you have posted here ... very well done I love that last sentence of your haiku ... the scent of dawn ...

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