Mama’s Haikus for Winter Solstice

Posted by on Dec 21, 2011 in Breathe, Recent Posts | 6 comments

Mama’s Haikus for Winter Solstice

Crammed in small space,

I open my heart to find room.

Closets full: pain, patience.


A friend gave me a

cup made with bare hands. Smiling

coffee warms belly.


A tiny house in

winter teaches things we can’t

name. Oh, but we feel.

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  1. Days will lengthen, though
    cloud cover blurs day and night.
    I know the Sun shines.

    • Light clears ridge sooner
      Than before. Hope has returned.
      Thank you, dear Lora.

  2. Looove! And looove your holiday card! Sister is beautiful! Tell her we are dancing to Christmas music in her honor!

    • Miss you, friend.

  3. creativity abounds in the Tiny House Family houshold……….you are all artists, we are all artists

    • Come visit, Ya Ya!


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