Haiku My Heart, Old One


 

Do your dreams, old one,
go back to the beginning
when there was no light?

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on November 5, 2010, in Haiku My Heart Friday, my digital photos, my haiku, my senryu. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Our wonderful hostess for Friday Haiku My Heart is away, but I have been traveling around the usual participants. I see you did not disappoint. I have such a reverence for wood and rock, they are our ancestors. I like today’s haiku a lot.

    Peace.

  2. Ah, an bit of old wood. So connecting us to the past.
    What did it look like when young?

  3. So much to learn by taking the time to ask those who have gone before us…
    Happy Friday !

  4. Wooden it be nice to splinter off and go back to the past.

    Have a nice day, Boonie

  5. I LOVE wood and woods!!! Nature is best! Hey! Rebecca posted today soOOOOOo come on and link again soOOOOo no-one misses your wood and sweet haiku!!!

  6. When its dark
    I dream more of light
    Naturally so..

    Well prompted..and inspiring haiku..from you….

  7. I love your thoughts on this photo – mystical.

  8. oh, the beauty of wood. Love this.

  9. I love the photo. I would like to know what the wood is thinking and what it has experienced over thousands of years perhaps. I like the question mark at the end of the haiku, for we really don’t know if there was light do we? I think that we all carry the same dreams–the wood carries ours and we carry its dreams. They just come up in different ways.
    Noelle

  10. i love that you have captured the mysterious wonder of wood… there is nothing so pleasing as finding a piece of heaven here on earth and chatting… haiku my heart.believe

  11. I have learned many lessons from trees.

  12. I used to live in a wooden cottage in the middle of a wood, so naturally I’m a bit of a tree hugger, trees bring such comfort and assurance – they know!

    Thanks for posting.

    Sue x

  13. Ah, this is wonderful. I have often wondered about the very old trees we have. Do you think they remember?
    Well done.

    Melanie

  14. perfect….how you spin mystery
    and stir our thoughtful hearts.

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