Haiku My Heart: Amelie's Aviary Guides

le fabuleux destin d'Amélie © www.cerebellum.de with kind permission


Aviary guides



serenade Amelie with


songs of feathered flight
~Noelle Renee
8-6-10

 










Comments

  1. That's better. I searched and searched earlier, but no haiku. Beautiful photo. I think she can talk to them as they talk to her. Very nice all around.

    Peace

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  2. Thanks, Joe.
    I made this one a long time ago, but she is close to my heart being one of
    my earliest posts and one of my favorite haikus. I love the lullabye too.
    The photo was taken in France by a German photographer who is now a friend.
    Thanks for coming back. I am at work but will check yours out momentarily.
    Peace and Love,
    Noelle

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  3. Magical Mystical TeacherJuly 1, 2011 at 5:43 PM

    Pigeons and children just seem to gravitate toward each other all over the world!

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  4. Amelie seems bird and angel at the same time.thank you for this tender haiku....and a love rich year across the blog world  together. 

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  5. Oh, what a beautiful daughter you have, and a wonderful photo you took, and a precious haiku you wrote!

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  6. I now see in a comment that you didn't take the photo yourself... the photographer is very talented!

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  7. Marit,
    Thank you. She is not my daughter. She is a little girl that the
    photographer saw when he was in France. The photographer is a friend. I
    posted this a year ago and liked it so much I thought I would show it again.
    I made it a bit larger so I lost the original comments. I wish that she
    were my daughter. That is a lovely compliment. Thank you very much.
    xoxo,
    Noelle

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  8. Yes, he is indeed. Thank you.
    Noelle

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  9. This post is so incredibly beautiful in so many ways!  The word of the haiku are most descriptive and the picture just leaves me speechless!  She is a darling child!  Thank you!!!

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  10. isn't she precious? i love love love this photo, and your haiku captures the innocence of this little girl with her feathered friends :)

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  11. What a spectacular photo and haiku. Thanks so much. This little girl and her magical outfit really intrigue me. 

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  12. Lovely and loving.  I'm reminded of how I once as a child had decided that I would be a bird when I grew up.

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  13. love Secret Garden -  keep it in my car and listen to it often. . . beautiful post ; )

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  14. Hi Noelle~  (Sorry to be late; I've been stuck and am now becoming unstuck---)   I love this very French image!  The proportions of the little girl and the birds appear to put them on a level playing field, and the birds' animal spirits are bringing a sign = aviary guides.  There are four birds: four represents balance and groundedness, euqal amounts of the four elements (air, fire, eath, and water).  Love the poetry & alliteration of "serenade with songs."  There are no words for the Secret Garden video and that voice!  Late Romanticism, Victorian , Waterhouse... Fairies, angels, and birds can all take flight...  xxoo
    p.s.:  Your ever-changing blog borders are always exquisite.  The dandelion diviners could be parachuters!  The sunset above the sea!  The beauty of summer...

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  15. Margaret,
    Thanks for your lovely comment. I hope all is well with you. I have been out
    of house for 10 days because of renovation (not scheduled). I am back now.
    Let me know if you need anything.
    xoxo,
    Noelle

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