Behind Barred Windows

Flower wall

San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, México
 

Behind barred windows
they sleep, while fragrant flowers
sweeten all their dreams.

 
Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on September 24, 2012, in Guanajuato, haiku, Haiku Heights, Mexico, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, San Miguel de Allende, September Heights, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 25 Comments.

  1. ah liking the sweeten of dreams nice idea

  2. One of my favorite haiku — simple, lovely and descriptive

  3. so heavenly!!

  4. I totally love those flowers and that wall. Great, great colors.

  5. What a beautiful shot!
    I do love all the colors.
    Lovely haiku too!

  6. Flowers sweetening dreams … what can be better?

  7. I love bougainvilleas — so bright and happy.

  8. wow! this is even more melodious than the first one! and am growing fond of your clicks along with ur haiku! 🙂

  9. Lovely haiku and photo. The colors are gorgeous!

  10. Rich picture of safety and fragrance, as your Haiku captures–or is it imprisonment?

  11. Hmmm, barred windows… Sleep is always easier when they know they are safe.It’s a little sad that sleeping behind bars is what it takes.

  12. Lovely haiku, both simple and deep.
    Barred windows should be in prisons, but the free flowers are a perfect contrast.
    🙂

  13. Happy Rednesday! Love those blooms!

  14. very true..I experience it every night….

  15. Wonderful photo! And of course, sleep sweetened by flowers would be divine.

  16. Great haiku and image

    of course barred windows are pretty much a ‘standard’ in many of the hotter places of the world, enabling windows to be left open all the time!

  17. Beautiful haiku and photo 🙂

  18. How pleasant that sleep would be. Very beautiful.

  19. Gorgeous picture and haiku:)

  20. It’s a beautiful shots! i like the Bougainvillea flowers. Visiting you on RT2, Hope you could visit me here the tumbler

  21. Oh, they’re so pretty! Thanks for sharing them with us!

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