Are There No Raindrops?

Take 3
 

Are there no raindrops
to soothe this tortured landscape
or my trembling heart?

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Northern Arizona
 
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Posted on May 8, 2012, in Arizona, desert, haiku, Northern Arizona, Poetry Picnic, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Tackle It Tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. Thank you for being part of my new haiku challenge “Tackle It Tuesday”. I love this haiku. It sketches a wonderful painting. Thank you for sharing.

  2. powerful words here ~ another great haiku ~ thanks,namaste, ^_^

  3. Yes, MMT! It’s a bit sad to see nature’s love in stark dryness. Great haiku,Ma’am!

    Hank

  4. i wrote about when it does rain in the desert!

    five raindrop senryu

  5. powerful haiku ~ well written as usual ~ ^_^

  6. I am having great difficulty posting on your blog with word press ~ wonder if you got any comments?

  7. nature and humanity combined – I love it. nicely done.

  8. I love your word soothe -so many feelings and emotions in it! And your trembling heart!!!

    Thanks!

  9. oh, that’s lovely!

  10. A Walk In My Heart

    A powerful haiku, I agree.

  11. Ah, rain is needed for many things.

  12. Certainly a parched landscape both in your heart and without.

  13. a dry and thirsty land indeed, quenching words tho!

  14. The earth and soul left parched.

  15. I think we can all relate!

  16. Very emotional haiku!

  17. Very poignant. I’ve been there.

  18. A very thoughtful and poignant haiku!

  19. Perfect !! just a perfect haiku !!
    i love it ..

  20. Wonderful shadowy desert space and a very moving haiku!

  21. Such a sad Haiku!

  22. I enjoyed this 🙂

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