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Haiku my Heart #29 For the Journey ....

Intention setting
for a load bearing journey
checking out ego!

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rebecca said…
you delight and deliver...such suspense these days! where are you taking us miss foxy sue?
you have to know you are on a mission and your enthusiasm is sweeping us all by storm!

hanging on your every enticing clue!
Marit said…
A very special haiku and somewhat haunting images... I love it!
Rosie said…
I love this - awesome blurry photos and a beautifully-worded haiku! Bravo!
Meri said…
I have been working with intention setting, so I'm really interested to know what's up for you. . .
deb did it said…
I love this delicious way you tease...carry on my friend!
Paintdiva said…
Beautiful combination of Haiku and imagery.I love the "load bearing" and "chacking out ego". Great haiku my heart....
Olivia said…
The pictures go so well with the haiku and make me think...and ponder...so many ways to interpret this and I like provocation! Thank you, Sue, xoO
Dawn Elliott said…
Great images...I wonder where you're off to...but you seem mentally prepared! Love your haiku!
I really like intention setting for any journey, large or small. I love your art, too. Can you describe the process you use? It's ethereal.
Creatissimo said…
I like your explorations - in pictures and words...
Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. Although I wrote about therapy and therapists..., I do believe we can change, explore, grow all by ourselves as well. It takes time, but it is possible; and this thought makes me happy because it gives us hope.
You are welcome to visit and add your thoughts on my blog - always.
Spadoman said…
Dear Ms. Foxy.. I have been out of the loop for a while. I'm back and couldn't wait to come here to see you on Friday Haiku. I love the images, but not sure I understand the haiku, but it did make me think of ego. I believe that stands for Edge God Out. (of course that's God as you understand him).
Like the others, I am very interested in what you've been up to and where youi're going next. Maybe we'll meet for coffee.


Peace
Leslie said…
i like both the phrases "intention setting" and "load bearing journey." somehow they feel very courageous...

(and thank you for your kind and compassionate words over at my place... your empathy was heart-lifting...)
Noelle Renee said…
Dear Sue,
I am thinking that this is a journey of transformation as most journeys are. You may be bearing the load of another's burden or you may be carrying goods to far off places. Whichever it is I am certain that it will be life changing. I love your images. They are scintillating.
xoxo,
Noelle
I love those "x-ray" images in motion, Foxy Sue! Your essence? I also love your haiku which reminds me of a special yoga practice: first, meditation; second, kundalini asanas across room; third, breathing in and out and feeling good in one's body = self-esteem?
Very imaginative and inspiring, Sue! Love it!
gemma said…
Set intention
and let go of ego
are you going to that place that has no name?
Monica said…
fascinating photos!

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