Immaculate Conception, Ewa

Lord of deep darkness,
the sweetness of light endures—
honey to my tongue.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Immaculate Conception Church, Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii
More One Single Impression poems with the theme “Endure” here
More Sunday Scribblings with the theme “Sweet” here
More Haiku My Heart at Recuerda Mi Corazon here
More Straight Out of the Camera shots here
More Mellow Yellow Monday photos here
More Shadow Shot Sunday photos here

Posted on June 11, 2011, in Ewa, Haiku My Heart, Hawaii, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, Oahu, One Single Impression, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Sunday Scribblings. Bookmark the permalink. 43 Comments.

  1. I keep reading your lines over and over. How do you get so much into three lines?!

  2. i agree with dina! great post!!

  3. Mark me as number 3, terrific post and beautiful words! Enjoy your weekend!


  4. I have been practicing my haiku at home, but it is so uninteresting at this stage. One of these days I will up and surprise you with a little bit of it, but it is going to be a while, yet. Your church window is beautiful. The simple and unadorned stained glass is sometimes the most impressive. Lovely shot. genie

  5. mark me as number 4. I read those lines and uttered “wow”. how do you do that????
    great mellow photo too. happy SSS MMT. I really really dig your haiku, but you already know that 🙂

  6. Very effective with the golden light against the dark shadow.
    Thanks for your poem, I really liked it.

  7. cool! you do work magic with your photos and words!

  8. In a dark world, as in this space, the Lord’s radiance is needed. Here, the portal of soft glow beckons, the light of world when we need it…beautiful!

  9. what an amazing photo! The light is so wonderful.

    Crafty Green Poet

  10. what a beautiful capture… and such powerful words 🙂
    enjoyed the post 🙂

  11. I like how the window pops out of the shadows. 🙂

  12. Very nice my friend. I love the shot. That light does look like honey, so golden and delicious. Fantastic shading around the window. Looks alot like a Hollyweird trick with black out fabric. Amazing.
    Hope all is good with you. I’ve been on the road, look for the travelogue later this week. Take care and be well.


  13. Perfection in presentation and words .. simple and beautiful.

  14. What a wonderful sooc capture!!!!

  15. Such a soft glow from a beautifully shaped window! And love the last line of your haiku! Quite exotic!

  16. so beautiful
    the glow is magic

  17. You are always so sensuous in your haiku, MMT. Very evocative and spirtual.

  18. Very dramatic picture to go with a great haiku.

  19. Thanks for the “heads up” on my post–I appreciate it. I agree with and ” second” every comment that was made about your post! Have a lovely Sunday. Mickie 🙂

  20. Stunning image… wonderful haiku…

  21. Lovely window, pretty colour. Nice words, have a wonderful week.

  22. beautiful photo, really magically mystical. Hi i am new here!

  23. Beautiful words to go with a beautiful picture.

  24. Fabulous verse and photo!

  25. The words are perfect for the photo!! I especially liked the poem in your comment on my shot today, too. 🙂

  26. All are beautiful, photo and words. Thank you!

  27. So pure and simpl! Exquisite photo/shadow and haiku!

  28. Beautiful photo, beautiful blog! I’m a sped. teacher too – always nice to meet another! Visiting from SOOC.

  29. brilliant simply brilliant

  30. Ewa, Hawaii, huh???? You DO get around!!!! Hawaii does have some beautiful churches and graveyards too.
    BTW, beautiful image and prose…

  31. Beautiful shot.

    Have a fabulous week!

    Liz @ MLC

  32. This is beautiful.
    Have a great week ahead!

  33. Lovely photo and words – they go together so well, like they were made for each other:)

  34. This is definitely picture perfect!

  35. STUNNING–just STUNNING!!!!! WOW!



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