Haiku ~ 9/12/14

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It was determined

Man could not survive alone

Adam, where’s your rib?

Blessitude

Lorrie

9/12/14

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40 thoughts on “Haiku ~ 9/12/14

  1. As profound as funny… the cloud looks incredible! Yes, “man could not survive alone” – A French philosopher, Sartre, has written that “the Hell is other people”, but I don’t agree… the Hell is loneliness, eventhough somethimes being alone helps you to focus on your “inner self”… thanks for this thoughtful haiku dearest Lorrie – Have a nice week-end! Plays tennis & … win 🙂 ♥♥♥♥

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    1. Hello dearest!! I am happy that you enjoyed my silliness!! I felt compelled to add a little laughter to my site 🙂 Yes…I agree…loneliness can be hell…especially if you are surrounded by people! But it is all necessary….for us to realize our full potential!

      Yes…we have been practicing tennis every day (I am sore!) Our friends have not been in contact…It is possible they will come tomorrow. I will wait to see…I won’t go to a place of fear. But now we may have practiced so hard that we will be too sore to play! HaHa…only kidding! 🙂 The trophy awaits!! 🙂 Much love to you dearest!! ❤ ❤

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  2. Wonderful photo and haiku Lorrie. I’m so glad to see you playing! Makes me want to write a silly diddy too. 🙂
    Roses are red, violets are blue, this one’s for you, so I’ll be fed.
    And I’d like a side order of ribs! XD

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        1. Wow, Val! Are you doing postures all day? I love yoga…but I don’t think I could do it for hours! Good luck…honor your body 🙂 You make me want to get up and do a few postures right now!! 🙂 ❤

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