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Monday Morning #Haiku 47 — Mist

Bay view from South Downs

Bay shrouded in mist
Lost New Year’s resolutions
Sun fights to break through

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7 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 47 — Mist

  1. Ahh…’lost New Year’s resolutions’…but the sun is always trying to break through! Lovely this Sarah…

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    • I’m finding “maintaining the balance” extremely hard. It’s not that my resolution is totally lost in a dense fog but I’m aware of a thin veil of mist threatening the equilibrium, Sherri. I’m sure there are little gremlins listening out for people making positive affirmations. Then the little chittering b’s come rushing out of the woodwork to disrupt all best laid plans in whatever way they can. …grrr. Email to follow.

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      • Oh Sarah…you have just described exactly how I feel. Two days in of my new regime and already I’m scuppered by that ‘thin veil of mist’ rolling in to bring its mischief. How do we keep those positive affirmations from being stolen away? Talking of which, have been on the run all day today, go figure, and am pretty tired now, still recovering from this darn cough and my throat is raw but my voice is returning albeit it very husky)so signing off now, but will get to my emails first thing in the morning. Catch up with you tomorrow…sleep well Sarah 🙂 xx

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  2. perfect sentiments for the New Year!! I love the photo. The sun will break through!!

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  3. Beautiful image, Sarah. So, did the sun manage to get through at all? 😕

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