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24 May 2012

Flutters






vibrance in the air
nature's brilliant palette
flutters on the breeze

photo and text © by Karen @ Pixel Posts/Something Written

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25 comments:

  1. Brilliant on both counts. Thank you.

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  2. Excellent words on the picture.

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  3. They are just do darn magical !!!
    Thank you for this butterfly celebration.
    Happy Friday !

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  4. Lovely haiku and you clicked a beautiful picture!!:)

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  5. When nature's palette flutters on the breeze something stunning is created. Such as the one your photo shows.

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  6. I feel so blessed everytime I see a butterfly flutter by...and I know that summer must truly be here. Beautiful!

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  7. the photo and words...stunning!

    and I just noticed in your profile you like to play the harp?!o-o-oh, I would love to hear that!

    You keep cool too! 41 is too hot,I love the heat but THAT is a little too much a little too soon! Makes one wonder what's going on...

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  8. Delight haiku ~ love 'flutters on the breeze' ~ go lightly through each day ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  9. Photo tells it all...and your lovely haiku speaks of anticipation and joy to me..

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  10. What a beautiful photograph! You've described the butterfly very well in this haiku. Well done!

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  11. oh what a marvellous and beautiful combination of words, picture and thought - put a big smile on my face!

    superb work! *VBS*

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  12. amazing photo - truly vibrates!

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  13. Karen- You really NAILED IT this week! What a photo and the haiku links with it seamlessly. Nice!!

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  14. The colors are vibrant and the butterfly inspires the poet in a lot of ways. This was eloquent. Thank you!

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  15. i love the idea of a flying palette.
    inspired and joyful!

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  16. could there be anything more beautiful than nature's creations? lovely photo.

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  17. dear karen,
    thank you for your very dear and tender comment at haiku my heart. your kindness fills me from afar.

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  18. {{ oooowww...
    you did so good!

    plus--->
    perfect haiku
    for me this morning
    as
    i just counted
    the feasting
    swallow*tail caterpillars (7)
    on my fennel! }}

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  19. Nicely done. Writing a good haiku isn't easy, and I tend to agree with the guy you've quoted at the top.

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  20. What an awsome photo and haiku, and I know what that fragrance can do!

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