One Single Impression: Grace Watery Wednesday: Ucluelet Sensational Haiku Wednesday


 

the grace of small things—
stone, wood and water dancing
while the elders sing

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Tidal pool, Ucluelet, British Columbia
 
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Posted on October 26, 2010, in my digital photos, my haiku, One Single Impression, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Vancouver Island, Watery Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Wonderful! The reflection suggests a vast universe. The puddle is small yet eternal.

  2. Simple, I found it needed to be enlarged to be fully appreciated.

  3. nature’s great wonder… we- not just the elders but all of us- should sing our praises. gratitude is in order. beautiful haiku as always! 🙂

  4. Lovely that you showed the connection between grace and things that live around us… you have to see the small things before you can see the big picture.

  5. I
    Water cleanses all
    Things: stone, wood, soiled bodies,
    The human spirit

    II
    The scale of fractals:
    Those could be lofty mountains
    And a great river.

    Though I’m not sure what
    That would make of the wooden
    Stick, alas – oh, well . . .

    Cheers!
    JzB

  6. Absolutely beautiful words and the photo is just gorgeous. Very well done. Have a great day and a Happy Halloween 🙂

  7. You know, if it wasn’t for the stick in the photo I would thought this was a large stream in a valley.

  8. such a wonderful piece, you got a sigh out of me.

  9. the nature of life and spirit…. you have spoken well of these things… thank you for the photo link, it is a place i will travel to one day….born again

  10. Wonderful place – Tofino and area are so magical. Great haiku!

  11. very nice photo. I love little tidal pools. You never know what you will find in there.

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