Twilight Songs


twilight songs
winds play the grasses
as harp strings

Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Northern Arizona
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Posted on April 7, 2012, in Arizona, haiku, Northern Arizona, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, The April Heights 2012, We Write Poems. Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. Love, love the Haiku with this!

  2. a lovely tune coming between your words . .

  3. I love the phrase “Winds play the grasses” Lovely haiku.

  4. Nice one MMT. Great line “winds play the grasses. Wonderful picture too.

  5. Excellent haiku and I too can hear the ‘winds play the grass’ ~ Awesome photo with such delightful movement ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

  6. We can see the strings being played ~ beautiful picture….another great haiku!!

  7. That’s lovely! I like it a lot.

  8. The romantic magic of Nature so beautifully captured!

  9. Beautiful capture of nature’s evening music!


  10. What a lovely post both words and photo…

  11. It could be Rumpelstiltskin’s gold.

  12. What a nice capture of textures and light, and the winds of time.

  13. Oh, I can hear , MMT..look at my heart dancing and feet tapping… Beautiful..

  14. Wonderful haiku! Nice combination with the photograph.

  15. another great one MMT… 🙂

  16. “winds play the harp strings”, wat a beautiful simile..:) thanx fr sharing!

  17. Grasses as harp strings? Wonderful!

  18. So beautiful and so…beautiful perfect pic too.

  19. Love “winds play the grasses” … Happy Easter. This is my Day 8 ~~ Waiting Their Turn.

  20. I love those songs! – gorgeous combination of haiku and photo

  21. I like the compactness of this – nice form.


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