chimes at the window
accept the offer to sound -
a gust of wind
© gillena cox 2016
Sunday Lime 1
Sunday Savvy #80
Windchimes April 2011
Its Good Shepherd Sunday, in the season of Easter: wishing everyone Goodness and Kindness
Sundays are always special here at Lunch Break. Today is #80 in the series Sunday Lime How is your Sunday going email me post a COMMENT or leave a link to your blog at the linky below
Poetry Pantry 298
Recuerda Mi Corazon haiku my heart - windchimes
Mosiac Monday #89
Your haiku presented a perfect image and I could see/hear the wind chime and feel the gust of wind. I love wind chimes. I have a long row of areca palms in my back yard, and many small wind chimes among them. Not loud ones, just tinkling ones when the breezes blow.
Lovely. I am a big fan of chimes, too.
Wind chimes always lift my spirits.
PS. I have emailed you regarding your prompt on Friday!
it has a lovely chime to it
Nothing more relaxing than listening to chimes in the wind.
Un escritura repicando. _m
Love this acceptance of the chimes...and hear mine now in the wind!
thank you for your appreciation JC
Happy you dropped in Sherry
Oh I do love windchimes... :-)
Gorgeous haiku :D I adore wind chimes and their melodious sound.
Beautifully penned. Happy Sunday Gillena :D
Lots of love,
What a unique way to describe this!
Thanks for dropping in Suyash
Happy you dropped in Mary
Thanks for your appreciation Magyar
Happy you dropped on Donna
Happy you dropped by Bjorn
Thank you Sanaa
Thanks for your appreciation CC
Thanks for dropping in ZQ
This brought a smile to my face as I like to listen to the sound of wind chimes. I am glad when they are rejoicing.
beautifully musical and joyful haiku :)
I have never lost the pleasure of hearing wind chimes. It the one of most relaxing sounds ever.
Makes me smile. I love my wind chimes.
Thanks for dropping by Truedessa
Happy you dropped in Sumana
Thanks for your appreciation Robin
Happy you dropped in Rosemary
What a refreshing chime - like a deep breath :)
Happy you dropped by Jae
Thanks for dropping by Kerry, I posted
That's a touching haiku. Blessings!
Wind and chimes--what more could one ask for?
Indeed; thanks for dropping in Mark
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