Grandmother

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Grandmother Turtle,
breathe blessings into my bones,
school me in your ways.

 
 
Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: A small park in Chinatown, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
 
More Sensational Haiku Wednesday with the theme “School” here
 
More Haiku Heights with the theme “Breathe” here
 
More Monday Poetry Train Revisited #135 here
 
More Straight Out of the Camera shots here
 
More Watery Wednesday photos here
 

Posted on August 30, 2011, in blessings, Chinatown, grandmother, haiku, Haiku Heights, Hawaii, Honolulu, Monday Poetry Train Revisited, my digital photos, my haiku, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, turtle, Watery Wednesday. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Hmm… this one really made me think. I dont know what it is about, but I know I like it. And that is why I keep on thinking about it. Thanks for charing.

  2. Interesting to sculpt the turtle this way.

    Alexander
    Alex’s World! – http://www.kakinan.com/alex

  3. I was snorkling the otherday and a sea turtle was nearby… it was awesome.

  4. Oh, this is a sculpture? I thought, wow, a flying grandma.

  5. Very nice Haiku. The sculpture is unique.

  6. Flying turtle? Interesting!

    Serenity for watery wednesday.

  7. Beautiful combination again.. and a beautiful sculpture too. 🙂

  8. Interesting sculpture and looks like wonderful place. I love the reflections in the water!

  9. Love the poem- and that is a great turtle sculpture

  10. What a great sculpture! A little disconcerting, yes? Love turtles. Great haiku to go with 🙂

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