Monday Poetry Train Revisited Ruby Tuesday


 

Angel of mercy,
what word do you bring to me
from the Holy One?

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona
 
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Posted on September 20, 2010, in Arizona, Mission San Xavier del Bac, Monday Poetry Train Revisited, my digital photos, my senryu, Ruby Tuesday, Sonoran Desert, Tucson. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. This is so beautifully detailed, the richness of its art amazing. The look of heaven, we may say…

  2. Beautiful artwork
    makes me want
    to see much more.

    Happy RT, MMT 😉

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      If you go to Tucson, you can be one of the more than 200,000 visitors that appreciate San Xavier del Bac’s statuary and frescoes each year! 😉

  3. beautiful! I wonder how old it is.. have a nice week!

  4. Wonderful art! (I loved your poem about my lady in red shoes!)
    Thanks for the visit and enjoy this Ruby Day!
    Coralie

  5. We spent a couple of winters in Tucson and St Xavier was one of our favorite places to visit. So much history (not all of it easy to take) but I loved just sitting in the chapel and thinking about it all….your picture is very good; it is pretty dark in there for pictures, mine never did turn out as well.

  6. thank you for supplying the link… cruised on over there and what an interesting historical read… changed hands a few times thou the spirit lives on… i’ve passed thru az a time or two, next time i will be sure to visit the white dove in the desert… the pictures link at the site are down due to construction… so happy that you exposed the foto on yr post.. when i magnified the foto i thought what a pretty dress that an angel would wear on a cloud… i imagine angels wear clothes too… loved yr poem.. that we would hear the spirit calling and heed the words he speaks… amen

  7. I could use this angel of mercy on my side.

    Paz

  8. How lovely and inspiring.

    Thank you for visiting with your lovely poem.

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