Haiku – Life distance runner slow down and breathe this life _________________________________________________________________ Share this:GoogleMoreEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 30 thoughts on “Haiku – Life” Add yours Happy New Year! Reply Let’s hope so Charles 🙂 2012 was all about waiting to move, and now I can just relax and try to make the year go as slow as possible – the kids will be going to a new school, so that will be a big challenge … Reply Hello again 🙂 Happy New Year to you Gab … wishing you and yours all the very best for 2013 🙂 Reply Helloooooo Geoff – thank you and happy new year right back at you! 🙂 Reply Distance haiku-er? 🙂 Good advice, indeed. Happy New Year! Reply haha – happy new year to you colonialist and keep on bending those words 😉 Reply Good idea, Gabrielle. I shall do just that, if I can. Happy New Year to you all. Reply It is harder than it sounds Kate that’s for sure 🙂 in this busy world of ours – happy new year to you and yours (including those mischievous critters of yours). Reply love this Gabe! Reply 🙂 thanks Graham Reply May the backburns always burn back and the Joe Blakes stay in the bush and your dogs do not eat a cane toad. Have a great 2013! Reply haha here’s to that Staffo 😉 bloody canetoads are everywhere (found two in the boys bedroom the other day – snuck through the screen door which blew open in the wind – he wasn’t impressed) – you have a good one too 🙂 Reply Oh yeah. We’ve got to remember to breathe. HAPPY NEW YEAR BEAUTIFUL BRYDENS xxxx Reply Breathing is always a good thing Selma – having asthma is always a strong reminder of the life force that is oxygen 🙂 Reply my new years resolution haha, great! Reply haha same here tipota – I’m calling 2013 the year of living slow – I’m becoming a tortoise for the duration. Reply nice one Gabe Reply Thanks Dhyan 🙂 Reply breathe this year Gabe, happy new year! Reply Same to you Benedicte 🙂 Hope all went well on your trip – here’s to a terrific 2013 Reply I love this haiku, I really do, and not only because it’s a damn good reason to not take up long-distance running. Reply hahaha – there are many reasons for not taking up long-distance running Nigel (if I ever meet you in person I will tell you what those reasons are – if I write them here I may have a contingent of type A personalities with high blood pressure, out to get me 😉 ) – kids run for the fun of it – not so sure about the adults who run! Reply A meditation of calm in this haiku – taking a big breath… Reply It’s a reminder to myself bluebee 🙂 often not enacted on! Reply lovely Reply Thanks Monica 🙂 breathe in, breathe out … Reply Lovely – So wise and so true. We could all do with this advice, Gabe. Thanks so much. Reply Thanks adeeyoyo 🙂 Reply You have something there to be savored. What an adventure. So much beauty. Reply An adventure – yes Aletha – haha 😉 and it is beautiful (I love this place) Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.