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Postcard from Haiku Andy!

A few days ago I received this beautiful haiku card in my mailbox.

Haiku Andy creates a haiku each day and mails it to an address he picks randomly from his hat of friends.

As he states in the back of each postcard:

Every day, I write a haiku and publish it via social media.
Every day, I physically inscribe that same haiku on a single postcard and mail it to someone in the world.
Today, that someone is you.

So, 08-05-2013 was my lucky day!

Enjoy this haiku and please do visit his blog for more, here

20130508 HAIKU ANDY

Haiku 20130508

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hiding behind
its own shadow
the new moon

hiding behind
its own shadow
the new moon

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53 Responses to “Postcard from Haiku Andy!”
  1. Penny L Howe says:

    I’ve been wandering about here among all your beautiful creations, loving everything of course, Your creativity just fills me up Marina! But I came upon this post and I wanted to comment here. What an absolutely delightful gift to receive. Layers of layers, of creativity and layers of thoughtfulness and layers of originality. How absolutely wonderful for you and caring of him, dear friend of mine! xo

  2. sriramjanak says:

    beautiful lines…:-)

  3. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    That is SINCERELY the best haiku I have EVER read.

    They are often vague, nonconclusive. This starts and ends on itself, beautifully.

  4. Kavita Joshi says:

    beautiful thought

  5. viveka says:

    How wonderful … the photo is stunning and the thought behind it is even more stunning.

  6. Dilip says:

    “Every day, I physically inscribe that same haiku on a single postcard and mail it to someone in the world Today, that someone is you” – such a lovely gesture from Andy.

    Thank you dear Marina for bringing joy in our hearts.
    Best regards 🙂

  7. Fergiemoto says:

    That’s wonderful, and such a great idea!
    Even with all the conveniences of technology, email, texting, etc., I still think nothing beats the power of holding a sincere handwritten card or letter sent through snail mail.
    I’m so glad you shared this with us, Marina. I am going to check out his blog.
    Hugs! 🙂

  8. haikuandy says:

    Just reading all these comments now! I don’t know what to say. So many kind remarks. Thank you for sharing, and please, everyone, if you provide a mailing address, I will (someday) send you a unique haiku postcard.

    Marina, you are wonderful and I am grateful for having connected with you via shared art.

    Best

    AD

  9. fgassette says:

    Nice surprise!
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  10. Jayanth says:

    must have been a nice surprise 🙂

  11. That is so wonderful. The recipient must be so pleased and their day brightened. I was once a member of Post Crossing. One signs up online and a postcard is sent to your house from someone you do not know somewhere in the world. Then you get a recipient’s name and do the same. I have been in correspondence for years with two different individuals from Finland and one from Germany, and it all started with a simple postcard.

  12. How wonderful . . . Ellen

  13. violetski says:

    Lovely and cool! Such a beautiful idea😃❤

  14. deCamville Design says:

    What a fantastic gift!! Thank you for sharing this and the picture of the beautiful orchids! Have a wonderful day, Marina! ~xxxxx

  15. mobius faith says:

    That is soooo cool. I love the orchid also. 🙂

  16. Wonderful Gift Marina, thank you for sharing I will be sure to go pay a visit 🙂
    Sue xox

  17. Deb says:

    Such a lovely gift, Marina! 🙂
    Have a beautiful week! xxx

  18. This is a person who wishes to touch the hearts of his friends. It’s such a special gesture. It brought happy tears to my eyes. A special person to know. His blessings will be many .. I’m sure.
    Lovely way to start my day, Marina. Thank you. xoxo

  19. Perfect ! Love it !

  20. Mary says:

    What a wonderful idea and way to celebrate friends!

  21. Russ L says:

    … and beautiful.

  22. Russ L says:

    In this age of electronic this and electronic that, it is especially nice to receive something tangible!

  23. aFrankAngle says:

    What a special treat!

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