SHAMANIC SERIES, learning from animals Haiku Poems: “Heron” (Garza) Poem dedicated to Luda

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“Heron”

 

Self reliant, wise,

Good judgement, independent,

Resourceful, Patient…

 

Teaches:

 

-Seize opportunities!

-Be calm in uncertainty

-Show your uniqueness!

 

(High spiritual connection)

Amira

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  • Let me know what animal shows up in your life, or in your dreams, or your favorite animal, and I will try to do a Haiku poem in your honor. This poem was inspired by and is dedicated to my dear friend Luda.

 

  • Déjame saber qué animal aparece en tu vida, o en tus sueños, o tu animal favorito, e intentaré hacer un poema Haiku en tu honor. Este poema fué inspirado y está dedicado a mi querida amiga Luda.

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“Garza”

 

Autosuficiente, sabio,

Buen juicio, independiente,

Ingenioso, paciente …

 

Enseña:

 

-Aprovecha las oportunidades!

-Cálmate en la incertidumbre

-Muestra tu ser único!

 

(Alta conexión espiritual)

Amira

 

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15 Comments Add yours

  1. What a majestic bird and such true and apt words. Teaches us so much of being grounded. Lovely pictures, Amira.

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    1. Yes, I agree, is such an elegant and majestic bird! And you got the right word there, teaches us about being grounded!!! Sometimes the haiku limits how much we can say as we count the syllables, so I can only pick a few words to describe things, but I am so glad that what I missed to say, you said it here in the comments dear Kamal! Thank you for your comments, they are always so appreciated! 🙂 ❤

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      1. Oh so glad to hear that dear Amira and so nice to know these qualities in birds and animals and they reciprocate the same in us. Welcome always dear friend for giving us such inspiring posts.

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        1. You are very kind dear friend ❤

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          1. Same to you too my dear Friend. Have a wonderful day, Amira.

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  2. Trina Graves says:

    Wonderful Amira (as always with this brilliant Shamanic Series)!!!
    And yet another synchronicity… the part of the novel I was reading this morning was about a heron!

    Just like to calmly ask about an uncertainty though 🙂
    Did you mean to say ‘Seize’ rather than SIZE opportunities???
    Just checking as I often make little mistakes. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much dear Trina! I love the synchronicities that keep flowing! And thank you so much for catching the typo!!! It really helps to have another pair of fresh eyes to look at things! 🙂 ❤

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    2. I am glad that you remained clam with your uncertainty LOL 🙂 🙂 😉

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      1. There I go again, I meant CALM ! 🙂

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        1. Trina Graves says:

          lol, I do the same.. I read and re-read my poems many times before posting, but even then I will notice a little mistake… it’s one of the reasons I always like to leave a poem till the next day before doing anything with it, reading with fresh eyes helps.. but another’s fresh eyes are even better!! So please do let me know if you ever notice a mistake in mine. 🙂 ❤

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          1. I agree! I will for sure let you know, we will be eachother’s editors LOL 🙂 Thank you so much friend! ❤

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  3. The anhinga bird hangs out near our home (close to lagoon where it fishes).

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    1. Oh wow! That must be beautiful to have a chance to watch them so close! 🙂

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