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Waiting for the news

Open to whatever’s next

one step at a time.

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Walking and sitting

Corridors and waiting rooms

come and go with ease.

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Keep in the present

Touch timeless space in each breath

Find my middle ground

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About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life 💛

19 comments on “* Haiku – waiting

  1. I love this poem, Val…and I am sending clear energy. I have a habit of reading between the lines…and I have been known to be wrong…but either way…I send you lots of love and light energy. Much love♡♡

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  2. “corridors and waiting rooms” — sounds like the perfect circumstance (i.e. challenging) to find your middle ground. My best to you Val~~

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  3. No matter what the passage, your close anchors me. Every time.

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  4. those in betweens…they connect everything.

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  5. I’m glad all is well, but sending you some healing energy, as it’s never easy waiting to find out! 🙂 Beautiful haiku!

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  6. Love this, Val. So grounding… all is well.

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  7. Sending some positive energy to help with those steps one at a time… Like Lorrie we poets are intuitive.. So know what ever you are awaiting.. Know LOVE is with you all the way..

    Lots of love Val…. Hugs and Blessings Sue xxx

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  8. This is a perfect haiku for the season. I think that autumn is always asking the question of ‘OK, what comes next’ after the summer season, so your line “Open to whatever’s next, one step at a time.” is a perfect feeling to have.

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  9. Lovely poem on those moments when we don’t know, when we wait, and prepare to stay in the present no matter what. Happy all is well ❤

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