Fire Tree

Fire tree
Sunset, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona
 


Beyond the fire tree
there lies no lush green meadow,
only blazing sands.

 
© 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on September 17, 2012, in Arizona, haiku, Haiku Heights, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, September Heights, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. That’s some photo 🙂 Your haiku certainly has the feel of the desert:)

  2. Do you think that’s what Moses saw?

  3. Beautiful shot!
    You paint a blistering scene with your words.

  4. Fascinating negative for this prompt. Lovely.

  5. Another beauty. I love this photo!

  6. A great photo! And, a nice post for Ruby Tuesday.

  7. Ah, a meadow of another kind. Nice capture of a searing desert moment.

  8. This is a wonderful view – the desert floor in its monotone is not all that dramatic. Yet, the fiery tree stands out an draws our eyes upward to the bold orange ‘flame’ – nature’s special effects are amazing and beautiful!

  9. Amazing photo and perfect haiku to match. I enjoyed it a lot.

  10. I see some commenters are disturbed by the lack of a lush meadow, but life isn’t always lush meadows, is it? 🙂

  11. Perfect title, words and shot 🙂

  12. What a photo … fabulous … great haiku too. Really a wonderful haiga on meadow. Thx.

  13. That is a greAT capture.

    Ruby Leaves is one of my entries. Please come and see, your comment will be very much appreciated.

  14. Great shot! Beautiful..

    Visiting from Ruby Tuesday 2 – hope you can stop by..

    http://dsahmblogs.com/2012/09/tcp-zip-up-sherpa-hoodie.html

  15. beautiful photo! love the phrase – blazing sands! 🙂

  16. Beautiful capture. A late Ruby Tuesday visit. Mine’s here.

  17. beautiful sunrise… i feel the hot in the desert with the sun!

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