Pervasive Nature



 

Pervasive nature
Our connection to Pure Love
Judge ocean depth slight

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Image Credit

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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57 Responses to Pervasive Nature

  1. A.B. Thomas says:

    The image and the words just blend so magnificently together!

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  2. magher1 says:

    Beautiful and magical! The picture adds to the mystery. Nice!

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  3. nice becca….”pervasive nature” -beautiful 🙂

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  4. tarunima .. says:

    wow! what a lovely message:)
    connection with the divine is indeed the most beautiful thing:)
    loved the way you expressed so much in a few lines:)

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  6. mypastmademe says:

    This is so powerful and is something to ponder! The brevity and the accompanying image … love it 🙂

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  7. mbwilliams says:

    Connection to pure love…A powerful, evocative phrase. I enjoyed this a great deal.

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  8. Very powerful for one so short. Beautiful imagery. Loved the picture at the side.
    The Lonely Recluse.

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  9. poetryroad says:

    Powerful in both the image and words!

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  10. Sam says:

    Few words that carry such great depth, I read it over and over… Great work Becca…

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  11. Renee Espriu says:

    Beautiful words and a powerful image. Nicely done.

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  12. isabella says:

    I love this , I read it over several times. A wonderful haiku !

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  13. isabella says:

    An amazing haiku !

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  14. Jingle says:

    agree, lovely image to enjoy for the day.
    😉

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  15. Jingle says:

    amazing,
    you always make us smile.

    🙂

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  16. Olive Tree says:

    Hmm… the way you knitted your words together has always been a source of amazement for me. I love reading yours because you have such a different style than mine. Complex and unique. It’s as if you think in multi-layers, or 3D. Congratulations again on a great job done.

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  17. You have truly captured pure love. Wonderful haiku

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  18. Mike Patrick says:

    I recently spent half a day studying the history, form and meaning of haiku, was amazed at the depth of my ignorance. Becca, you get it. You’ve always been a master. It’s nice to now know enough to understand.

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    • Becca Givens says:

      Ahh, thank you for the high compliment … I should study it more!!

      I remember when we first met through Haiku Challenge – you did well with it!! 🙂 I appreciate your visit and leaving me feedback!! Have a great weekend! 🙂

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  19. Leo says:

    Pure love is certainly that powerful 🙂 Liked it.

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  20. Judith Evans says:

    This poem expresses something which is difficult to put into words — the eternal, vast nature of pure love.

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  21. Chimnese says:

    the picture captures the mind of the reader and that is how fitted & intriguing it also is..

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  22. Intriguing! And almost mystical. This is a powerful haiku!

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  23. Peggy Nolan says:

    Very interesting …
    especially judging the ocean depth slight – compared to pure love =)

    Nice!

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  24. Old-Raven says:

    These are excellent … I just love shifting energies. I am also having a difficult time leaving a comment.

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    • Becca Givens says:

      Both of your comments logged in … may have been a lag … I appreciate your patience for posting … I know leaving comments on some blogs are a challenge. Wasn’t aware anyone was having problem here! Thank you for your visit and feedback!

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  25. seabell says:

    This is the way I read your haiku: the greatness of nature is a way of having an idea of what Pure Love is, of its dimension. Even so that is like considering the depth of the ocean a small thing. Close?

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    • Becca Givens says:

      Our connection with Divine is so extensive – it makes the depths of the ocean look shallow! 😀 Glad it spoke to you!! Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment!

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  26. Dheepikaa says:

    Judge ocean depth slight – is an intriguing line.

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  27. Mickie Brown says:

    Becca, Beautiful photograph as is the one in the previous post. Inspiring words as always. Mickie 🙂

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  28. Woman Wielding Words says:

    I love this image. All of the images you choose are truly powerful.

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