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Sunday, October 07, 2007

Simple Pleasures


impulsive
family cluster
joie de vive

old jokes told
laughing tears rolling
silliness

artlessly
pressed against my arm
child's warm hand

launching spring
sap green sprouts peeking
first robin

coffee aroma
arrival of a new day
possibility




Original Watercolor by Sue...feel free to visit her abstract gallery
Prompt by One Deep Breath

13 comments:

barone said...

They are all lovely. The pressing of the child's palm particularly touched my heart. jodi wildvines.blogspot.com

spacedlaw said...

The last one made me smile.
Too often coffee means another day at the office for me. But yes, you are right, it is also a new day and therefore an opportunity.

Jo said...

Oh they are all so good, but how I love the first and third....yes, especially the third, it is magical.

Sandy said...

You are rich in simple pleasures! I loved all of them.

Ron said...

So much of our lives are filled with simple pleasures if we but notice. You have brought my attention to many I have also shared. I love my coffee in the morning too. Lovely.

Rae Trigg said...

I liked all of them, but especially the one about old jokes and laughing. Time spent with family and friends is all too short.

Becca said...

These are all so rich and evocative - beautiful :)
I especially love the homage to coffee!

Q said...

These are so true.

Old jokes told
laughing tear rolling
silliness

is my favorite...

At a family gathering last week I noticed very little laughter;
very little silliness. We need little ones around to remind us.
Thanks again for smiles.
Sherry

Roswila said...

Really resonate with that last one. Even though I've never drunk coffee, the smell of it in the morning is quite something delightful ....

Clare said...

Hi Sue! Your haiku are always such a wonderful treat! I love them all and especially the lines "laughing tears rolling" and "sap green sprouts peeking" -- beautiful!
:)

Gilson said...

Wow! Those very fine words echoed color and scent in my head. Well done, Sue! Your work is outstanding.

Quietpaths said...

These were wonderful words to wake up to this morning... thank you.

coconutannies said...

so many pleasures . . . so little time!!