Haiku Wednesday: Stressed?


 

Slip away from stress.
Listen to the stones and stars
singing peace to you.

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Painting by some of our middle school students with minimal help from a professional artist
 
For more Sensational Haiku Wednesday with the theme “Stress,” click here.

Posted on September 29, 2010, in my digital photos, my haiku, Sensational Haiku Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Ah…to get away from it all! Must do so. Soon! Well Done!

  2. That painting is really a beautiful piece of art! Love the subtle tones suggesting a desert landscape!

    Hope you have survived your last few teaching days! I have a feeling that your students may just suddenly surprise you – in a positive way!

  3. Looks like a wonderful place to slip away from stress.

    Paz

  4. Your haiku describes well how the desert makes me feel I just love it there! Wonderful thank you!

  5. Friends won’t desert you,
    To sand, stones and stars; nor brush
    Off such sage advice.

    Cheers!
    JzB

  6. Excellent, and just perfect for me today. I’m probably going to be fairly stressed this evening with a Parents’ curriculum evening to deliver!

  7. So that’s what butes sing
    never let her slip away
    eons’ leftovers

    Like it, MMT. 🙂 I hope school is going good this year.
    Remember the old song,
    “Slip away slip away slip away
    Never let her slip away
    …”
    😉
    ..
    Mines here, Jim’s Little Photo and Poem Place
    ..

  8. Feeling the stress slip away indeed… Very interestingly done and you breathe life in the inanimate too. Love your Haiku’s and the inspired ones too.

  9. This is perfect my friend. 🙂 I can so hear the song being sung 🙂 Clears the mind. Excellent!!! Happy Wednesday to you 🙂

  10. Beautiful. I feel the peace reaching up from the earth.

  11. If only… I actually felt some peace wash over me with that one. Well done (and thanks!)

  12. Lovely Haiku to step out of stress..

    –Someone Is Special–

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