Friday, March 10, 2017

Poetry Friday



That's me down in the bottom right corner of the graphic, surrounded by and supported by love and helpfulness.

Here are a couple of haiku from my stint with #haikuforhealing:


11/30/16

overcast skies
unexpected kindness
ray of hope



12/11/16
Poetry to the Rescue.

in emergency
dial nine-one-one for body
eight-one-one for soul


©Mary Lee Hahn, 2016


Michelle has the Poetry Friday roundup this week at Today's Little Ditty.


15 comments:

  1. Hey, Mary Lee, your link on the roundup doesn't work - it takes you back to the roundup. (Just trying to be helpful. :-) )

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  2. Sending big hugs your way!

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  3. If there's one thing I'm sure of, it's that there will always be people who have your back, Mary Lee. You give so much — is it any wonder people like to give back? :)

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  4. More hugs from me, Mary Lee...and thanks for the haikus, too.

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  5. Sending love and hugs. Hang on there.

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  6. You and your mother have been in my thoughts, Mary Lee. Love your haiku. Sending more hugs!

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  7. Loving your rescue-poetry haiku, Mary Lee. Hoping your week is looking up!

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  8. I know there is probably a long time of recovery for your mom, but was glad that the surgery went well. That time of haiku for healing is a wonderful memory for me, Mary Lee. Love your own haiku today.

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  9. This is a beautiful thank-you to the universe. I'm sure that all the people who helped you enjoyed finally getting a chance to. I hope you and your mother have many happy days together left. I imagine she is still in pain. I hope that passes soon.

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  10. Thinking of you all the time. Glad you got your mom to Burlington, where she is surrounded by her tribe, and can make her decisions. Love you!

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  11. Stay strong, my friend, we've got your back.

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  12. You know I love that Poetry to the Rescue haiku. I think I'm going to put that in my pockets for Poem in Your Pocket Day!

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  13. I like your "eight-one-one for soul," Mary Lee! One can always use more feeding of the soul, thanks, sending a hug your way.

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  14. Thinking of you and your mom's healing. Thank you for the memories of your haikus.

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  15. Late to the roundup, but sending you a hug. =)

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