Carpe Diem Haiku *Oneness*

When I saw “oneness” is the new prompt for Carpe Diem today, somehow “Warrior of the Light” by Paulo Coelho came to my mind. Particularly –  some lines from the book:
“He might dance down the street on his way to work, gaze into the eyes of a complete stranger and speak of love at first sight, or defend an apparently absurd idea. Warriors of light allow themselves days like these.
He is not afraid to weep over ancient sorrows or feel joy at new discoveries. When he feels that the moment has arrived, he drops everything and goes off on some long-dreamed-of adventure. When he realises that he can do no more, he abandons the fight, but never blames himself for having committed a few unexpected acts of folly.
A warrior does not spend his days trying to play the role that others have chosen for him.”

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crowded streets
touching each other imperceptibly
many onenesses

* * *
every morning
different face in the mirror
pieces of my puzzle

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shadows of labyrinths
searching for the light within
spotless mind

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fingerprint reader
laptop recognizes
my oneness

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Carpe Diem Haiku Kai

Ese’ s Weekly Shoot&Quote Challenge – Fragile

My challenge is my passion – a photo you have taken and a quote, attributed to its author, and of course related to your image. Every week on Sunday I will post a new prompt. 

I want to thank my fellow bloggers who have already become a part of this challenge. Everyone’ s welcome to join! All you have to do is:

– create a post of your own with the title Ese’s Weekly Shoot & Quote Challenge – Fragile;
– include a link to this post also for others to find you.

Let your ideas flow and enjoy!  Ese

Prompt 24 – FRAGILE

We travel together, passengers on a little spaceship, dependent on it’s vulnerable reserves of air and soil, all committed, for our safety, to it’s security and peace. Preserved from annihilation only by the care, the work and the love we give our fragile craft.
/Adlai E. Stevenson/

fragile_flower

fragile_glass

fragile_child

fragile_icicles

What comes to your mind when you think of “fragile”?