Desolation


 

Who will heal my heart?
This place of desolation—
more than I can bear.

 
© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Glendale Memorial Park, Glendale, Arizona
 
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Posted on May 16, 2011, in Arizona, Glendale, Haiku Heights, Himmelsk, Mandagstema, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, my senryu, Postcards from Paradise, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Sky Watch Friday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. Dear Magical Mystical Teacher,
    Your words describe this photograph well. After the desert of desolation can come joy again in deeper felt way.

    Will think a good thought for you today~
    xox
    Constance

  2. Time makes the pain less, but it will never disappear.

  3. Sadness is all about a cemetery. Our pain is lessened only a bit with flowers. At least the colors of the flora are easy on the eyes, especially in ruby – the color of love…

  4. Smukt og farverigt.. 🙂

  5. I believe flowers can heal the heart. 🙂

    My entries:
    Moms…Check Nyo
    Yummy-as-can-be

  6. Time and flowers, of course. Happy RT!

  7. Colourful and a bit sad.

  8. Dainty shot!

    Yellow at my page, please come and see. Have a great week ahead!

  9. A lovely poem and one we all can relate to.
    This is especially appropriate for the upcoming memorial day weekend.

  10. very colorful…the resting place! thanks for dropping by!

  11. Sadly I think we must learn to heal our own hearts.

    Beautiful image.

    Peace!

  12. This pretty post makes me think of mine this week and the words I shared about our dear friend. He is buried just up the road a bit, and it is finally looking nice with the green grass of spring. Cemeteries and gravesites, large or small, urban or rural, are very special places…so full of history and memories.

  13. Deep words…what an emotional haiku.

  14. Very moving. Mickie 🙂

  15. Very heart felt, wonderful haiku

  16. Such sadness. I wish much strength and peace to the one is feeling it.

  17. “For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. 1 Thes. 4:16

    There is hope. Happy Ruby Tuesday and thanks for stopping by Driller’s Place.

  18. Beautiful and delicate with delicious tones and perfectly lit that allows us to enjoy its beauty. All that exquisite delicacy haiku, I liked it.

  19. The only way we have to show respect for our dear loved ones. I put flowers on so m any different ones in different locations.

  20. very moving post!
    Thanks for visiting and leaving such a nice poem in my blog;o)

    ***
    Have a nice and happy day****

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