Only in Our Dreams

Door lock Morelia
 


Only in our dreams
does the lock begin to sing—
riddles wild and free.

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: A securely locked door, Morelia, Michoacán, México
 
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Posted on June 5, 2012, in Carry on Tuesday, Haiku Heights, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, Mexico, Michoacán, Morelia, Poetry Picnic, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. Lovely
    a world with no boundaries!!! Dreams unleashed.. 🙂

  2. I loved this for its spontaneity. Simply lovely!

  3. This is a freeing up poem. I love it. I am only meeting people from Haiku Heights recently
    on my blog, because I can’t seem to link in permanently. Thanks.

  4. If only we could unlock our dreams! Mine remain a mystery

  5. woah!! i guess there’s too deep a meaning for me to understand..

  6. What a fun post for Rednesday 🙂 I enjoyed the cute kiddies too! Have a lovely Rednesday!

  7. How simple it would be if we could lock our troubles up like this.

  8. I love this picture and the poem. Kinda makes you think.

  9. Thank you for popping in and for your warm comment, my new blogging friend!
    I just love red doors…metal, wooden…It doesn’t matter.
    Your blog is thought provoking…and, I know I will enjoy returning.
    Have a happy Rednesday!
    Carolynn

  10. Happy Rednesday! Thanks for visiting my blog!

  11. wild riddles,. interesting take!,. good going MMT!

  12. like jigsaw pieces
    falling in place; our dreams key
    to unlock our worlds

  13. Old door new locker, what is behind, I wonder ?

  14. Behind that red door, holds an interesting fact.
    if only you can unlocked the locked lol

    thanks for stopping by!

  15. it’s prevent to a thief, Happy RT2, thanks for visiting my blog.

  16. It’s nice to imagine such a world. 🙂

  17. Makes me want to go inside and see what kind of vintage goodies I can “borrow” for my house! LOL!

  18. Interesting shot and words 🙂
    Thanks for dropping by.

    http://www.womenandperspectives.com

  19. What a hopeful and beautifully written haiku.

  20. Your words of this haiku sing to me!!! So true… it’s in our dreams, that al locks find their keys to be locked again on waking!
    Flavors of experience!

  21. I like that unlocking of the dream ~

  22. i love your haiku and the picture synchronized very well with it. hope you can visit my My Ruby Tuesday here.

  23. I’m really late getting around to visiting with you, I know. But it’s been a very busy week. I love the lock on the red door…makes me curiouser and curiouser to know what would be revealed if opened.

  24. Oh…I wonder what lies beyond that red door and spiffy lock! thanks for stopping by at my post.

  25. Love your red door. But, locks always have me wondering what is so valuable that it need protecting. Often the answer is nothing.

    Seems that lately I am always ten steps and a week behind. Once again playing catch up.

    Thanks for taking the time to visit my way.

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