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Don't misunderstand

Let's celebrate this wonderful idea of haiku my heart Friday brought to us by the lovely Rebecca. You can read her inspiring haiku @ along with links to many others. And as always, you are welcome to join!

Here is my offering for today entitled, "don't misunderstand"

You see me alone
know that it is by my choice
I am quite happy

Have a wonderful weekend my friends!
love & peace


  1. The emptiness followed by assertion of happiness....quite a statement

  2. oh
    oh peg
    i feel you saw
    into my Own heart!

    so well expressed,
    i must say.

    being alone
    is such an Sweet Indulgence
    in my book
    i try to do it as often as possible...

  3. i love that you have chosen a red chair, a bright acceptance, a vibrant passion, inner happiness.
    thank you for being here sharing your haiku heart, certainly you have touched mine.

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  5. Tantalizing yet peaceful. Well done!

  6. Alone does not equal lonely, does it ? ;)
    Here's to bright red moments of "me" time !
    Happy Friday !

  7. YES!!! Enjoy your solitude. Love this!

  8. wonderful pairing! last night i was on a floor with grey and black lino tile, and 3 just 3 red .. like this alone but alive and well!

  9. Good perspective. There are always times I enjoy being alone too.

  10. I love this! I often feel this way, and you articulated it beautifully. The chair photo works well with the haiku!

  11. Quiet times of solitude, wonderful!

  12. Straightforward and from the heart! I wonder which way it'd be taken though.. don't come flirt with me, or don't feel sorry for me..


  13. i understand that. i like being alone. i get a lot done.

    valued benevolence haiku

    verification makes it really hard to comment. you'd get more comments if you turned it off. i had to do this several times to get it to work.


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