There’s only one thing on our minds these days… I sit at home and don’t have much to say. Still, I wrote a haiku
De zon zien opkomen in
een stille wereld.
|Woke up this morning
and saw the sun rise. It shone
on a silent world.
The photo was taken by my friend Lena Schreijenberg
I submit this haiku to Recuerda Mi Corazon where our lovely hostess Rebecca brings us all together to share a haiku on Friday: Haiku my Heart
and I finished this art journal spread.
“The world came to a stop. Vacant land is holding its breath, plows through thoughts and waits for better times.”
Dear Marit, how grateful I am to visit you here today. I receive your words, Lena’s photo, and your journal with all my heart. In this silence… may we find solace, healing, and compassion. And may we find the way back to the healing power of this Earth. I send you a hug my dear friend and feel, in my body, our times together and in cyberspace with all my heart.
Magical Mystical Teacher says
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the world is quieter than usual. Beautiful sunrise. Love your haiku.
We wait together. xo
Cathy Keller says
Such peace it brings. A new day new opportunities!, Happy Speing to you!!
yes…we all wait, it is so quiet you can hear your own heart beating! thank you for your beauty and light warming my heart across all the miles and hopes of our shared world. be safe my darling. xoxo
Lisa at Greenbow says
It is amazing how quiet the world seems right now. Yet life goes on.
Lovely haiku. Yes it was like that here in St James Trinidad also
A ShutterBug Explores says
Beautiful nature photo and lovely haiku ~ wonderful journal page ~ ^_^
Keep Calm and Be Healthy,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
With all the drama, the hype, brouhaha, maybe our world could benefit from being silent for once.
Meri Arnett-Kremian says
Even in trying times, the sun still rises. Love still stitches us together.
Anne Jeffries says
I’m frozen, Marit.
God be with you.