Of Snake Skins and Smiles: Thai- Made Haiku

By: Cynthia Ann Katon-Alfonso

May 22 2012

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Category: haiku

8 Comments

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1.   Certified snake skin

Up-to-date leather fashion

Bags  wallets  and  belts.

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2.   Universal smiles

Impeccable graciousness

Bridge language barriers!

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8 comments on “Of Snake Skins and Smiles: Thai- Made Haiku”

  1. Oh how lovely, Cynthia–and I especially like “impeccable graciousness”–that’s something I think I’ll strive for!! God bless you abundantly today, and always. love, sis Caddo

  2. I agree with our sister Caddo, impeccable graciousness is unseen in many parts of the world where manners are a long past oddity! Your image and your words sing of the beauty that your heart found daily in Thailand!

  3. Both are wonderful, Cynthia, especially, “Impeccable graciousness, Bridge language barriers” Hugs and Blessings xoxo

  4. Both equally lovely , Cynthia. “Impeccable graciousness , is the spirit of the Far East , I think.

    Ciao, Francina


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