impressions of love—
incandescent hearts, burning
with desire for all

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Capilla de la Cruz Blanca, Tonalá, Jalisco, México
More Haiku My Heart at Recuerda Mi Corazon here
More Haiku Heights with the theme “Impression” here

More One Single Impression poems with the theme “Incandescent” here 
More Straight Out of the Camera photos here
More Shadow Shot Sunday photos here
More Stumbling Towards Ecstasy ruminations here
More Mellow Yellow Monday photos here

Posted on February 13, 2011, in Haiku Heights, Haiku My Heart, Jalisco, Mellow Yellow Monday, Mexico, my digital photos, my haiku, One Single Impression, Shadow Shot Sunday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Stumbling Towards Ecstasy, Tonalá. Bookmark the permalink. 25 Comments.

  1. Very nice take on the prompt! I could smell the wax burning from my childhood in Church!

  2. The paintings behind the figures are interesting too.

  3. Strong impressions and great desires!!

  4. lovely
    and bright.

  5. Scenes of a life spent
    Long ago – Joyful birth to
    Agonizing death


  6. The poinsettias tell me this is an advent or Christmas display. Otherwise it would work well for Easter, too.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting!

  7. Happy MM and Happy Valentine’s Day!

    Liz @ MLC

  8. such a lovely poem, thank you.

  9. another great poem & picture to match.

  10. Great shot! :). We have a similar belen at church 🙂

  11. Love this image. Nice haiku too.

  12. Lovely Haiku and a nice image!

  13. Enchanting haiku! Especially love the allure of that first line!

  14. Lovely photo! I bet you are looking forward to your next trip to Mexico!

  15. Very peaceful and calming photo.

  16. Gorgeous!
    Mellow Yellow at my page. Happy Valentine’s day!

  17. Nice haiku !

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