In a word - lovely.
Tender haiku! Gentleness in the words. Wishing you well! Cathy
His spirit will always be there. Beautiful Snap. xox Corrine
A beautiful haiku for a beautiful relationship.
How very lovely! Thank you so much for sharing these, dear girl!Happy PFF!
Such a touching tribute...I think most everyone can relate to...
That is lovely.
A garden is a healing place, especially one created with your beloved.
This is beautiful, Snap. I feel your loss, yes, but mostly, your sweet love. Big hugs to you. Revel in the blooming...
That first photo is stunning!! Gorgeous postcards :). And I love that name Musashi--it's beautiful :).
Beautiful. It has a soul to it. My HMH
such a love embraced path...one you could walk into....forever.
I feel it. Cherish the memories.
Heartfelt and lovely...
so glad you have this place to remember love... your "healing after loss" series is really good.
John Burrows spoke the truth when he said "I go to nature to be soothed and healed". Lovely postcards.
Monet's Garden is somewhere very special to me. It was the last time I was able to take my father out to visit, when we lived in Paris.
Such lovely gardens and very gentle words! Loved your haiku!
So beautiful. Flowers have a way of reminding us of loved ones.
There's nothing better to help in a grief/healing situation than to walk down rows and rows of gorgeous flowers.. Wow!!!! Great postcard.Hugs,Betsy
monet's garden my favorite place. thanks.
It is a beautiful garden and a lovely place to remember and to heal. All of us understand that kind of loss. It is very painful and takes time to heal. I hope that you have a sweet and soothing weekend.xoxo,Noelle
What a lovely post! Glad I came to visit -- I loved your "About Me" on the sidebar.
Just lovely! I'd want to walk along that path lined up with fragrant and colorful flowers.
Great beauty and grace is combined!!
oh this meltsmy heartfrom the depth of feeling.....
Oh gosh - such gorgeous shots!
What a beautiful, elegiac image and haiku, Snap! A gentle, loving tribute in memory of Musashi...
A bitter-sweet haiku you wrote! Beautiful!
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