cactus thorn, live wire
slicing the sky to ribbons—
yet still my heart sings

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Terraza, Zapopan, Jalisco, México
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Posted on December 31, 2010, in Jalisco, Mexico, my digital photos, my haiku, my senryu, Sky Watch Friday, Zapopan. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. amazing haiku…
    very powerful 🙂

  2. this could be my hearts song.
    and yet, today it is yours.

    so glad you are here.
    more than you know.

  3. I just love to see how random thought can become haiku.

  4. Nicely done!! Happy New Year!!!!! Wishing you the very best! Cathy

  5. Uplifting! Happy New Year, MMT.

  6. May there be much singing of the heart in the new year…

  7. Yes, there is so much to make our hearts sing. I wish you a wonderful New Year.

  8. What a lovely heart, this!! Happy New Year!!!

  9. May all our hearts sing all the new year!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!Let’s keep looking UP to the sky, the beautiful sky!!!

  10. All Good Wishes for a bright and happy new year and may peace and harmony reign all through the year.

  11. My friend, Thank You for the Haiku through the past year and for your visits to my blog. Thanks for sharing bits and pieces of your travels and your life. Thanks for this Haiku today.

    All we are saying

    As we work to live in peace

    Is give Peace a chance

    Peace, always

  12. sometimes i imagine a sky w/o telephone poles chattering away as we live the days…. you have a live wire ku that sings the blues away…..

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