Creative Writing and unfinished business…
September 13, 2014 § 18 Comments
opening the window
this morning –
happiness blew in
Image courtesy Rachael Oliver
Tagged: creative writing, haiku, happiness, mood change, poetry
Enthralling metaphor! The bedroom ( or more precisely the view over the façade) looks very parisian! Have a very HAPPY day! 🙂
Thought of you!
Paris always makes me happy. Fond memories…and so beautiful 🙂
Very nice image (and the picture is good too).
Sometimes happiness is easy ! Thanks Dan 🙂
What a wonderful thought!
Thanks, Chris. the ease of a mood shift 🙂
I LOVE when that happens!! 🙂 ❤
Me too! The joy of being open ❤
Pleased you liked this. A simple idea with numerous possibilities for the reader to play with 🙂
What a lovely notion!
I suppose if we think it could be true then it just might be 🙂
Ah, how this refreshes me, Rachael! Love the title, and how you create so much movement on the breeze of this poem. It dances….and you know how we adore that!! I need to channel this energy just now…on this chill and dreary afternoon of crankiness :). Thank you….xoxo
Isn’t it okay to be cranky sometimes? I should know 🙂 Blowing some tickly breeze over to you just in case… xxx
So glad happiness chose to visit you on the morning breeze! It’s getting to be that time of year when the crisp fall air is carried to us on the wind, and that always makes me happy. 🙂
I hope you received some of the happiness across the ether too. And thank you 🙂
So simple and so fantastic. What a great capture of happiness
Thank you for making my day!
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