Haiku My Heart: Lemon Smile 09 Friday Oct 2020 Posted by readinpleasure in African Women Writers, Afriku, Challenges, Haiku, Haiku My Heart, Micropoetry, Nature, Poerty, Romance ≈ 16 Comments Tagsbabies, fruits, Ghana, lemons, Nature, smile linked to Recuerda Mi Corazon.) lemon yellow the sunlight in your smile Celestine Nudanu – 09/10/2020 Rate this:Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Thats quite beautiful. Like making sweet lemonade from sour lemons.
J C, thanks. 🙂
Gillena Cox said:
Happy Friday Celestine
Gillena, thank you. 🙂
Aw! this makes me smile! Thank you! Wishing you lots of sunlight!
My pleasure, Cathy.
A ShutterBug Explores said:
So well done ~ can feel the sunlight on me ~ Xox
Live each moment with love,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Glad you could feel the sun. 🙂
A smile like that would be worth seeing!
Oh yes! 🙂
That ‘yellow lemon smile’ makes ME smile! Enjoy your weekend, love from Holland!
Marit, glad I made you smile. 🙂
posted our friday haiku and not long after my mother in law fell and broke her hip. suddenly everything shifted to phone calls and long distant prayer of encouragement. she is 96 – made it through the surgery which in itself is a major hurdle at this age. the saddest is that no one-due to covid- can visit her! she of course is confused by this as she has a large loving family that is always by her side especially in crisis. today i am finally able to sit here in the haiku circle and enjoy the peace of each offering. thank you for your place in my heart and the kindness i feel in your golden smile!
Ow Rebecca. I am so sorry to hear this. It is heartening though, to hear that your mother in law made it through the surgery. Sending healing thoughts he way. I do hope that at least phone calls will assure her of your love and support. This too shall pass. 🙂
Sharmishtha Basu said:
Thank you Trisha.