Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #42: Love & Last – Beyond

Wish

Beginning at first
love conquers all differences
not ending at last

© ceenoa

14 responses to “Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #42: Love & Last – Beyond”

  1. Hi! What a lovely and inspiring haiku you came up with this week. Very good! 😀 ❤

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    1. Thank you Vashti, you always say such nice things.

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      1. I can’t help it. You’re that good. 🙂

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        1. 🙂 I bet you say that to all the writers 🙂 – I don’t mind if you do as they are all good too.

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          1. Ha, ha! I actually don’t, but you’re right, there are a lot of good ones in my circle. 😉

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  2. […] of to search and to find happiness in every day: Beyond. A very good message and piece of advice for all. I wish people would realize this and skip all of […]

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  3. Lovely haiku about love! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth.

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  4. Is that a dandelion? Very delicate imagery.

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    1. It is what I have always called a “fairy” – not sure what plant it comes from but it’s not a dandelion. All the branches come from one central point, whereas dandelions are all singular branches (if that makes sense).
      They just float around in the air sometimes and I confess I have never wondered where they came from – isn’t that strange?

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      1. We called the scotch thistle thingies a fairy! That’s what it is, I’d say, from a thistle of some sort. They float around like that. I’m glad I asked.

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        1. Yes, of course, I have lots of them here, in fact my property is called “Thistlemore” because of them. My brain really is suffering if I couldn’t make that connection 🙂

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          1. LOL. Couldn’t see the forest for the trees. 😀 Thistlemore is a lovely name, but thistles are so hard to get rid off. Many an hour I’ve spent hoeing out the dreaded saffron.

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            1. I have gradually pared their numbers down over the last 11 years.

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