Sunday, March 9, 2008

kindness

random acts
woven into day's tapestry
stranger, now friend
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
door held wide
you turn with a smile
i pass through
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
stumble & fall
red-faced, books embarrassed sprawl
your hand reaches out
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cold hands
accept steaming cup of tea
heart warmed
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
kind eyes
meet across crowded room
forgiven
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
weary trudge
porch-front beckon of friend
sit a spell~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
kindness of strangers
in unsuspecting moments
desert oasis

19 comments:

AnnieElf said...

All so lovely and inviting dear friend. Acts of thoughtfulness can make our day and someone eles's too.

liquidquick said...

a quilt of kind acts
can be comforting even
on cold winter nights

Quiet Paths said...

I wouldn't be able to choose which one speaks to me the most. Wonderful - photos and haiku.

SandyCarlson said...

Ah, the red-faced sprawl speaks to me! When we most need a friend, we find one! Such miracles. Thank you for naming them.
Writing in Faith: Poems

tumblewords said...

These are all lovely! Kindness by word!

MyBellavia said...

Kindness is found in so many places. I enjoyed each of these. My hands and heart have been warmed by many a cup of tea. So true.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful fragments of life!

Krissie said...

oh yes you said it all so well, kindness in different ways, so well written!

gardenpath said...

You do Kindness so very well. I am impressed!

Raven said...

Nicely done. I think I like the door held wide the best... I felt like the words invited me through. Cool.

paisley said...

every one an act of warmth and friendship...

LittleWing said...

portals of open windows viewing kindness warms my heart... i like em all... but the "crowded room forgiveness" that's wonderful

Billy said...

I love the theme, and the lines are gorgeous. Very well done!!! Thanks for the link!

Pearl said...

What a heart-softening set of warm moments.

gautami tripathy said...

I like all. Like the says, moments..kind moments. Transient yet leave a mark!

Can it get any worse than this?

lissa said...

My favorite's the first one. I just love the line - woven into day's tapestry. All nicely written.

storyteller said...

lovely images
illustrating kindness so
graciously today

Hugs and blessings,

spacedlaw said...

I just love them all.

UL said...

acts of kindness, all very nice,