Carrying Water

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In her soul she knows
the sacredness of water,
of carrying it.

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Detail from a Huichol tapestry, Museo Zacatecano, Zacatecas, México
 
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Posted on January 16, 2012, in Blue Monday, haiku, Haiku My Heart, Huichol, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, Mellow Yellow Monday, Mexico, Museo Zacatecano, One Single Impression, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Zacatecas. Bookmark the permalink. 25 Comments.

  1. Great example of a Mexican tapestry!

    Happy RT2!

  2. I like this!!!
    Wish I were there with you, we take a day trip to Nogales or somewhere — go shopping for just something like this.

    HIDDEN TREASURES @ the Botanical Gardens

  3. I’m SO jealous of your poetic ability!! Matching your evocative words to the bright tapestry is a gift! Have a great day!!

  4. a lot of work in this! Very colourful too.

  5. The water of life, we exist when we get our share. The woman is providing a very crucial service, the family and village lives still…

  6. Great post! It is very interesting:)

    Visiting for Blue Monday! Here’s my share-hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/01/mango-juice-and-strawberry-banana-smoothies.html

  7. Beautiful tapestry and haiku!

  8. sweet yet powerful artwork and words

  9. Oh boy that is cool. Happy MYM!

  10. Such vibrant colours in this exquisite tapestry!

  11. Hi MMT ~~ Haven’t visited for a bit. 🙂 Neither have you me.

    Your picture and verse reminds me of the song, “Walk Like an Egyptian.” 🙂 In Egypt more than half need to carry water because they don’t have it in their homes.

    That is also why, they are used to carrying water, they can live in the cemeteries in Cairo and other crowded places. No water there either of course but it might be closer than many of the homes.

  12. beautiful shot, loved it 🙂 visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday, hope that you can return the visit too.

  13. is that knitted? its fantastic!

    Cheers,
    My Third Eye

  14. kent.all-in-one-place.co.uk

    Have a great Ruby Week. XXX Don
    My Ruby Tuesday 2 pics

  15. Love your words. It’s a great artwork!

  16. Nice one…Visiting from RT!

  17. Very deep interpretation of the art. i like it.

    Visiting from RT

  18. Like this photo. So interesting:)

    Visiting for MYM!Here’s my share-hope you can visit:)

    http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/01/mango-juice-and-strawberry-banana-smoothies.html

  19. I’m thinking this is from the same tapestry as the sun image. Hoping you’ll show a photo of the whole thing one day.
    Really love the haiku!

  20. That is beautiful and I like the color combination. You can really see some people doing that in other countries.

    Visiting for RT 2! Here’s my share- hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.sweethomephilippines.com/2012/01/radio-control-dune-buggy.html

  21. three labors of love:
    the water carrier
    the stitcher
    the blogger poet

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