Porcelain Façade

  

 

 

Porcelain façade
Interior strength hidden
Love yields aperture

 

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Image Credit

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

 

Haiku Heights
Prompt:
Porcelain

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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24 Responses to Porcelain Façade

  1. This is very beautiful and like another said … apt!

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  2. Ms. Matsui says:

    Love the picture which matches the words. What’s behind her face…? Here’s mine http://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com

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  3. amazing amazing words….how beautiful and powerful

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  4. prema says:

    lovely!

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  5. meethimirchi says:

    this is simply beautiful!!

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  6. Judith Evans says:

    A delicately worded poem which celebrates strength. Great job!

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  7. christine says:

    Fragile and revealing.

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  8. Beautiful we had a similar theme I actually had Porcelain facade in mine as well we were on the same page haha. I like yours better though!

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  9. Old-Raven says:

    Becca … Bald Cypress are very important to me in a shaman manner. I like how you dealt with human strength and weakness here.

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  10. You turned that into a first rate haiku. I’m glad you found some inspiration. You made it sound beautiful.

    http://henryclemmonspoet.blogspot.com/2011/06/romantic-setting-haiku-heights.html

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  11. Beautiful levels of thought!

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  12. Renee Espriu says:

    The surface may appear fragile but inside is what really matters. Never read a book by its’ cover…or so they say. Beautiful image and words.

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  13. Jingle says:

    apt..
    smiles.
    🙂

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