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February 13, 2015

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Reading Pleasure

Your haiku and words sparkle, Rebecca. Happy Valentine.

Payal Agarwal

Love blossoms in your beautiful words and lovely pink blooms. :)

Lea

This could be the magnolia in my back yard... I am imagining you here, next to my labyrinth, you and I and our haiku circle dancing around the blooms... I will think on this "memory" so much that in time... it will be true! I too am thinking about the precociousness of living like this with such passion,
no matter what... love you. XO

judie

Love should rule the world. Perhaps some day it will. With people like you, and thoughts and words like yours, love travels.

gemma

May we all appreciate those beautiful blooming hearts all around us. Never let them be forgotten.

Laura Hegfield

thank you for this love infused post… may the goodness of those who have passed and all of us still here bloom continually.

Nonnie

love rules in your heart; may it spread to those who visit here and they pass it along!

Annie

Darkness holds no fear when joy abides. Thinking, as well, of the tragedy of these young lives cut short. And also of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.

artmusedog and carol

Wonderful photography, haiku and post ~ all very divine and beautiful ~ xo

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

ps. remember those lost ones who 'watch over us.'

magicalmysticalteacher

The thing about seeds is, they die...

Mark M. Redfearn

Imagine what the world would be like if we ALL decided to bloom!

Deb Taylor

my heart breaks for the loss
my heart aches for the families
my heart is here for you. haiku .

Cynthia

I too am grateful to find this light and joy here, thank you Rebecca. As always, you are a beacon for the rest of us! xo

Fran aka Redondowriter

Very beautiful, Rebecca, as the tribute to the four killed this week.

Lenora

we teach our youngest youth, to use their words, and still we have so many broken adults. may we be diligent in teaching love, in reducing stress, in sharing kindness, in creating community. the answer really is in love xxxx. Blessings on your day.

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