~ Lone Daffodil ~ (Haiku)

yellow 6-petal flower selective focus photo

~ Lone Daffodil ~

(Haiku)

 

 

Birthing of brilliance

one daffodil breaks earth’s soil,

cheerful sun yellow.

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BC 2019

Photo Credit: Unsplash.com ~ Aaron Burden

 

29 thoughts on “~ Lone Daffodil ~ (Haiku)

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          1. Ah Beckie how sweet. I closed the comment section because no one comments. πŸ™‚ I’m actually in the process of closing down my blog. But I will open ‘the door’ for a bit…

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              1. Hi B.πŸ™‚ No new blog or name when I close my recent blog. I have a dear friend who is battling Lukemia and it is a very heartbreaking time. She reads my silly words so the blog will remain open for a short time more because I won’t have time to write due to spending as much time as possible with my friend. I have been posting older poetry but it doesn’t seem to fit who I am today. (if that makes any sense to you?) πŸ™‚ I’ll post when I am able. Thank you for your kindness! I still want to post your beautiful quote to my poem! I will! Thank you for the follow, very sweet of you! πŸ™‚β€οΈβ˜€οΈπŸŒ·

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                1. I admire you for sticking by your dear friend, and comforting her. You take care of her, but always keep in mind to take care of yourself during this most rying time of emotional heartbreak.
                  The blog, naturally will always be here, and so will all of us.
                  You certainly have a beautiful soul!
                  God Bless both of you! πŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸ’—

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