Haiku My Heart: A Lucky Misadventure

 

Un cycliste ailé
Sur mésaventure chance
Lui offre les étoiles

~Noelle Renee 5/26/11

A winged bicyclist
On lucky misadventure
Offers her the stars.

~Noelle Renee

 

The story you are about to watch for the next three minutes and a few seconds is one that reminds us that although we might often meet by chance, we are not meant to be alone, and once we know the warmth and kindness of being loved, appreciated and included, we cannot go back to a solitary existence.

“Love alone is capable of uniting living beings in such a way as to complete and fulfill them, for it alone takes them and joins them by what is deepest in themselves”

Teilhard de Chardin

Paraphernalia

Sabrina’s words: 

My third year film at Calarts, but made mostly at Gobelins school in France, where I am studying abroad for the semester.
The story of an anemic little recluse of a girl who makes a friend at the expense of her ceiling.

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Comments

  1. That was completely magical. And that first photo is priceless. I adore it.

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  2. Thanks Elizabeth. So glad it spoke to you :)
    Noelle

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  3. That was wonderful. I love the ending. :) Thank you for the smile on my face. E

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  4. Thanks for the wonderful post, haiku, photo and film! It enlightened my Friday!

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  5. Wonderful story. The flyer  and Sabrina are both so fortunate to have made a new friend. Your Haiku is fitting and fantastic, and in French! Where do you find such magical things to post, both in stories and pictures? Thank you so much far sharing this with us.

    Peace

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  6. what a sweet haiku and film! i loved the illustrations... the "winged cyclist" looked like adrien brody :)

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  7. This has left me awe struck.. so beautiful.. offered solace and peace to mind and soul and heart too..

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  8. Oh I thought he did too, Leslie! How funny. I love the illustrations too! It
    is such an uplifting little film. I made up the haiku on the spot to go with
    it.
    xoxo,
    Noelle

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  9. *Je suis heureux de vous avoir comme ami, Joe.*
    *(I am fortunate to have you as my friend, Joe)*
    *

    le paix
    (peace),
    Noelle
    *

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  10. I really enjoyed your post! The photo and haiku are brilliant and I loved the film too. Thank you for sharing! =)

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  11. You find the most amazing ways to corral beauty in one place and open it to yearning hearts.

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  12. Your blog is captivating!

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  13. WOW, just WOW!!

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  14. your haiku was lovely in and of itself....
    yet took on a deeper  meaning after this short film. i love that his being present, looking diligently to truly see her...and leaving behind a piece of himself that  offered her a reflection of "being seen" gave her the courage to climb beyond all that was familiar to her.  to climb out of the undertow and rise into the very sky of possibilities. even at risk and through loss, rising above....to connect to something greater than herself.

    thank you for this unexpected journey of love and courage.

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  15. Thank you Rosemary. When I am off work, I will visit everyone myself. So
    kind of you to stop in.
    Noelle

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  16. I love you Rebecca. You see the very heart of things so readily and in doing
    so offer others a larger and more compassionate vision of the world.
    xoxoxo,
    Noelle

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  17. Oh my, what an unexpected treat. You have haiku'd my heart !

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  18. You're uncovering such lovely little films, thank you for giving them a wider venue for us to enjoy!

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  19. I too loved the film and the haiku. I also enjoyed all of the comments. Thank you, Noelle! xoO

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  20. What an absolute delight your post is today, Noelle. First your haiku in English and French and then Sabrina's wonderful film. Now I'm off to read your comments and see what everyone else is saying. 

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  21. And I love the both of you because you both make my heart soar, two treasures!  

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  22. Well! What is better than connecting with haiku hearts on a Saturday morning, storyline films included.  Fantastic.

    Sue x

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  23. margaretpanpipesMay 28, 2011 at 1:20 PM

    Tu es vraiment charmante, Noelle!  Those aviettes were real, too...  I loved the orbs of light floating up from the girl's heart.  Bliss!  There is nothing better than connecting with another person.  Thank you for this gift beyond gifts today, Noelle!  Je t'aime bien! 

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