Haiku My Heart … at the Oasis


in desert’s fierce heart
spiritual oasis
refreshing pilgrims

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
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Posted on August 27, 2010, in Haiku My Heart Friday, Jalisco, Mexico, my digital photos, my haiku, Puerto Vallarta. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. I’ve been there! Lovely church.

  2. I love your pictures of Mexico and the haikus you write for them!

  3. I like your choice of words here:

    “Fierce” against “refreshing.”

    “Desert” versus “oasis.”

    “Heart” with “pilgrims.”

    Lovely haiku.

  4. I have been there too ! Lovely photo.
    May you find some spiritual oasis today.
    Happy Friday !

  5. i have been soul quenched in this very church.
    ahhhhhhh mexico’s fierce heart.

    we share a great love.

  6. I haven’t been there — but the onion dome on top is a beautiful work of art and worship. Lovely haiku, too.

  7. very spiritual indeed, MMT 🙂 liked this haiku very much..!

  8. I LOVE churches!! Wish I could go here! I will in my imagination! hehe

  9. It is a lovely haiku with very evocative imagery. I like it a lot. The photo reminds me too of New Mexico where I lived for a time. There is a cathedral in the center of town there, as there always is in little towns in Mexico that is taller than any other building, so that it can be seen from quite a distance, and its bells call people to mass each Sunday, Nice photo. Thank you.

  10. Cool and refreshing! Nice job.

  11. i can feel the heat & healing…gorgeous

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