Tiny heart

Posted by Claudia Moser on 1:54 PM in
Based on Diana Jillian challenge

Freestyle writing: Can you write something...Could be anything...Poem, Haiku, Cinquain, Short Story, etc., with the words "Tiny Heart" somewhere?

Hear the question
Driven by the need to know,
Tiny heart is puzzled.



I love the phrase 'tiny heart is puzzled'. There is something so beautiful about it.

I love haikus - so intense!

You always have such thought provoking posts!

Thanks and hugs~

Anonymous says:

This is an absolutely amazing piece! =D

@Sush - haikus inspire me :)
@Diana - thank you, it's all due your challenge :)

"tiny heart is puzzled." I found that very touching Claudia. Good post.

@Diane - thank you, it is not a bad one!

I love Haikus also. They say so much in so few words. Beautiful.

@Belle - and somehow are easy to write!

beautiful post, Claudia! You are such a gifted writer.

@Jilda - thank you, that means a lot!

Beautiful. Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy all the celebrations :)

@Emma - thank you! You're off to Ibiza as well!

Very thought provoking post! I have a small thought to add.

His tiny heart was born broken and struggled to go on.
Even with the help of others, his struggle wasn't long.
Six months on this earth,his tiny heart gave up, but his legacy lives on.
June 2010-Dec 2010
Thanks baby Riley, for the strength you've left us.

@Kathy - I am so sorry for your loss!

Aw that was nice!
I didn't go with my family because I had to work this week. I've worked a lot this summer so it was not easy to get a vacation. But next week I am going to stay in Trondheim, and I will post about it on my blog! :)

@Sarah - I see :) but still you had nice ideas for dinner :)))

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