How about that!

Sunrise, copyright 2013 Janet Hovde

Sunrise, copyright 2013 Janet Hovde

I didn’t have to wait for

My funeral to see how

Deeply loved I am.

 

As always, I invite you to comment and/or to write your own haiku (3 lines: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) about the topic of your choice. See Healer Becomes Heal-ee for more description about my process of using this form of poetry to process my breast cancer recovery.

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  1. Beautiful….here is my attempt at haiku
    unconditional
    forever and always be
    light and love and thee
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  2. Oh, I love this. I wish more people understood this and so not only could receive the love offered, but also not be afraid to give it. You inspire me.
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  3. I desire nimble
    To have less is to have more
    Light and free thats me

    Ohhh my first Haiku, I think.
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  4. Memories pass by
    Fleeting little things of light
    That are swiftly gone

  5. So nice to know that you’re so blessed. <3
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  6. My ditty is an homage to the pie class my pal and I took this past Saturday. I promised to bring the pie to dinner at my mom’s the next day. Imagine our surprise when it turned out to be a 6″ glass pie dish. Would have fed two at most. I was feeding six…

    My pie was so small
    but the laughter created
    made me the winner
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  7. Here’s mine…

    How I love the Earth.
    It grounds all things, keeps us calm.
    Earth and Sky, deep roots.
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  8. Feel it in your soul
    It is magical and real
    Divine light shines bright
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