Friday, March 11, 2011

Nippon


ease Rising Sun's pain
not roundabout, compassion
for a heart shaped world

9 Comments:

Blogger Boonie S said...

Meloncholy. Heartistic. Delightful.

Have a great weekend, Boonie

3/11/2011 11:23 PM  
Blogger rebecca said...

stunningly perfect call out for love,
compassion and care.

3/11/2011 11:52 PM  
Blogger Meri said...

Send love to the heart
of the world's wounded places,
bring light to Japan

3/12/2011 2:19 PM  
Blogger gemma said...

Heart to the land of the rising sun.

3/12/2011 7:20 PM  
Blogger Noelle Renee said...

That is beautiful Phil. What a wonderful way to bring awareness to the deep pain of others who are suffering such loss. Thank you. We also have Direct Relief International here in Santa Barbara which I think is a wonderful organization for donations in these types of crises.
thank you for your caring heart.
~Noelle

3/12/2011 9:16 PM  
Blogger Noelle Renee said...

That is beautiful Phil. What a wonderful way to bring awareness to the deep pain of others who are suffering such loss. Thank you. We also have Direct Relief International here in Santa Barbara which I think is a wonderful organization for donations in these types of crises.
thank you for your caring heart.
~Noelle

3/12/2011 9:16 PM  
Blogger Margaret Pangert said...

Phil, thank you for your beautiful way of expressing love and requesting aid for our friends from the land of the Rising Sun or Nippon. I am looking into the Red Cross from your link; I understand it's been expertly organized from both sides. Thank you for the light.

3/13/2011 4:08 AM  
Blogger Jingle said...

very well done.
:)

3/13/2011 3:29 PM  
Blogger rebecca said...

dear phil of so few yet powerful words...
come by for a visit...
leave a comment and help many.

3/17/2011 1:45 AM  

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