Haiku: That’s Amore

“When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore.” Dean Martin

Haiku: That's Amore

Haiku: That’s Amore


Dean Martin – That’s Amore (1956)

Love… that’s amore
It strikes at unusual times
In strangest places

“Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye.” H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Haiku: That's Amore

Haiku: That’s Amore

Life… that’s amore
We wait in vain for lovers
To shine like the moon

“We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.” Thornton Wilder

Haiku: That's Amore

Haiku: That’s Amore

Trust … that’s amore
When we let love flows, it grows
Open, let love blossom…

Daily Prompt: That’s Amore
Think of your longest relationship: describe how your love has changed over time, did you go from the giddiness of infatuation, to mad passion, to deep respect, esteem, and friendship? Tell us about your love story.

Positive Motivation Tip: Love comes in unexpected ways… be open to it.

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos via Wikipedia or my collection

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

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39 responses to “Haiku: That’s Amore

  1. I haven’t thought of that song in forever. It’s a good one. You’re so right about love coming in unexpected ways. I am trying to be more open to it.

  2. Virginia Higgins

    I love reading Haiku. I’ve never been so great at writing it, as I tend to be verbose. Love the one about trust.

  3. Toni Patton

    This is so true. Trust is the foundation of true love!

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  5. Tiffany Cruz (@_TiffanyJCruz)

    I really love this blog post. It’s so inspiring. Thanks for sharing such great words and photos.

  6. Robin (Masshole Mommy)

    Awww, I love that song. My Papa used to sing it to me when I was a little girl.

  7. Haha, when I read your post title, I immediately had the Dean Martin song in my head! I agree that love can sometimes pop up in the strangest places.

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  9. Chrysa Duran (@ThriftyJinxy)

    It sounds odd, but my relationship with my husband hasn’t really changed all that much in the 11 years we have been married. I still am as thrilled to be with him as when we first married!

  10. karenssoiree

    This post made me think of my grandparents. They used to sing this song all the time to us. They were married over 60 years too. That’s love!

  11. The dark ages art is so beautiful. What detail that we aren’t capable of anymore!

  12. Brett Martin (@brettbmartin)

    our love has changed immeasurably over time. how can it not? we’ve changed and grown, had kids, changed careers, aged…. but it’s a deeper love, a less in love love, but a lasting one. and the friendship is still there, on a new level

  13. Melissa @sippycupmom

    Beautiful post! I have been with my husband for almost 13 years – he’s my best friend!

  14. I so have that song in my head now. Maybe I can grab the kids and dance to the song in my head?

  15. This is a great post, I love the “emotion” that is shared.

  16. My husband and I have been married 7 years our love story started fast but has held on strong through lots of ups and downs. But love carries us through it all!

  17. Shop with Me Mama (Kim)

    Beautiful post! Love this so much!

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  19. Krystal (@KrystalS)

    That was one of my favorite songs when I was little. We did a ballet routine to it!

  20. Krissy Higgins (@Krissy_r)

    I so love Dean Martin! Such a great song!

  21. I can not get over your writing! It’s so beautiful!

  22. Beautiful and so true. Thanks for sharing!

  23. I can never get haiku’s to come out sounding right. All of yours sound so great!

  24. My love with my husband went from butterflies, to best friend to soul mate! <3 love these!

  25. Dina Demarest (@dinade)

    I love Dean Martin’s version of that song. I too have a love of haiku but am not really great at writing it.

  26. I’ve learned a lot about love over my 30 years. Something totally change the way I feel about love.

  27. Love the trust one! I believe trust is super important and everything is built upon it.

  28. I have been with my husband for almost 17 years. It has definitely went through all those stages over the years.

  29. after 12 years of marriage I’m experiencing a new kind of love for my husband. this one has a bigger friendship factor.

  30. Love this post ;) I have a friend that’s doing poetry with her kids in their homeschool lessons. Haikus are so fun but I am not sure I would be good at writing them myself. I love the one about trust.

  31. I absolutely love that song. I’m totally singing it in my head right now. Thanks for sharing!

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  33. What a neat pot. My husband and I have known eachother for over 20 years. We have amore!

  34. Chene Atkins- Whittington

    I love stopping by here– you’re writing is amazing!

  35. I remembered that song from way back! I am digging the haikus.

  36. true without trust we can’t love someone fully :)

  37. Carissa Joslyn

    I never knew what it meant..haha But I am also 25, never been in love & never been in a relationship longer then 4 months..so I can’t really talk. I have two kids who I love more then anything and don’t need anyone else now ;)

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