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July 03, 2014


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What a precious photo! Poor Liberty, she must be worn out indeed!

Mark M. Redfearn

Many people in Murrieta, California don't know anything about "huddled masses yearning to breathe free." I was appalled that angry adults screamed at a busload of frightened children and women who had been sent to a local Border Patrol station for processing. I was even more appalled later to learn that the mayor of Murrieta encouraged city residents to protest in this indecent and unseemly manner. The children and women on the bus may have crossed the border illegally, but they deserved to be treated with dignity and respect, not treated like animals. Lady Liberty must be weeping.

Deb Taylor

there's no family like chosen family. I love you my friend.

Reading Pleasure

We are one big family on this haiku platform and indeed the world over. Happy weekend, Rebecca.


It would be awesome if the world were one big family. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Maybe someday. Kudos to Mark R. for his comment. Though many don't agree with the illegal crossings, still...Americans should never forget dignity and respect.


This is so sad. I feel heart broken for the children. You know they must be homesick, missing their families, and then arriving here in this heat wave and being yelled at.
It is our borders and rules that make criminals out of good people that just want a better life.


I have a hard time sometimes...understanding this county of ours, I guess more precisely our government. Thank you for embracing all that is good here dear Rebecca.


Thanks a lot!


Beautiful post Rebecca. Hope you are doing good and that you enjoyed the 4th. Enjoy the rest of the week.

Sarala D

Beautifully portrayed, of course with a value.

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