Autism: C'hele's Story

April 8, 2009

Haiku Poetry

Filed under: Poetry — C'hele @ 07:09

A lone night bird sings

Fawning the pending twilight

There is no contest.

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3 Comments »

  1. very nice.
    I would like to feel like this bird.

    Hi Chele, long time since I visited, here or anywhere actually. Hopefuly everything is fine with you.

    Comment by Ela — April 20, 2009 @ 23:02

    • Ela-

      It is good to hear from you! I am well. You know how it is…..”one day at a time.” How have you been? What have you been up to lately? I very rarely hear from any of the regulars anymore. After 3 years I suppose that people are moving on. Which is not a bad thing. Change is healthy- which is why I changed my blog and am focusing in more on poetry and short stories (and autism of course). When things wind down and summer commences I will be making a point to write more. Its been so hectic in my life as of late (like so many others, lol). Anyhow you take care- thanks for dropping by 😀

      Hugs!

      Comment by C'hele — April 21, 2009 @ 08:17

  2. I am doing fine. Nothing new really in my life, still doing the volunteer work: crafts: making baby cakes (made out of diapers and decorated) and other gifts for the RCH giftshop, with proceeds to the hospital. Something that I enjoy very much. We also do gifts for every patient for christmas.
    Other then that? the usual housework and painting. Cosmos and abstract seems to be my choice lately. I guess I ‘said it all’ and have nothing more to say in my paintings, so now its just relaxing and peaceful pictures.
    Hey, good luck to you and your daughter.
    PS. the little picture/icon of yours reveal long hair. Looks good on you.

    Comment by Ela — April 24, 2009 @ 21:55


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