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Monday, April 27, 2015

universal self

Carpe Diem #714, Universal Self

Sitting looking out my sister's windows brings beauty onto one's life.  A mocking bird gathers nesting materials while the butterfly rests on a nearby chair.   The honeysuckle is trailing over the short patio wall.  Beyond is a line of trees. Only the tops are seen as sister's home as at the edge of a small, steep cliff.  Looking beyond the treetops one sees the wide, flat meadow.  That flatness is a result of Creation's molding beneath the flooding Brazos River.  Another line of trees marks the banks of the river. 

a butterfly rests
painted wings move in and out
giving breath to life

©  Janice Adcock
Thanks to Chèvrefeuille for daily prompts on 

CARPE DIEM HAIKU KAI


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