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July 16, 2015

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Lea

So glad to be singing these small words here with you and our circle Rebecca! This feather is exquisite! I love the thought of such hope perching within... it is a lovely light indeed! XO

Annie

Hope. Such a fragile and delicate thing. Yes, very like a feather.

Cathy Keller

How very lovely! There are so many ways to describe hope!!! But the way you describe it, the heart feels light! Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!

judie

That's beautiful, Rebecca. Did you make that awesome stained glass feather? You have brought pleasure and sparkling color to my grey morning. Be well. Blessings to you. xo

Nonnie

Emily's poems still sing in my heart, as do your heart-felt haikus.
BTW, is this exquisite feather hanging in your tree? If so, do you bring it in when there are storms? This may be something I'll ask my son who-does-stained-glass for one (only smaller) as my Christmas gift.

Reading Pleasure

Hope,so fragile yet so powerful and we need it so. Thank you for that beautiful haiku.

Mark M. Redfearn

You did well, Rebecca, in transmogrifying Emily's poem into a haiku! Have a great Friday, everyone!

artmusedog and carol

Beautiful photo and lovely and elegant feather ~ wonderful haiku reminding us of how sometimes it just takes a 'bit of light' to shine!

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

Payal Agarwal

Beautiful thoughts! Lovely feather!!

Steph

Oh..that luminescent feather, I hang my hat of hope here. I have had a month of non stop travel but have pre-posted blog posts to publish and follow me around. A touchstone of home.
x...x

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