Lady of the Way

Virgin of the Streets
Wayside shrine, Virgin of Guadalupe, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, México
A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the Lord directeth his steps.

Proverbs 16:9, King James Version

Lady of the Way,
as I scurry here and there,
guide my steps, I pray.

Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on December 12, 2012, in A Virgin a Day, Guanajuato, Mexico, Proverbs, Recuerda Mi Corazon, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, San Miguel de Allende and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. I love that. I would probably fall in love with Mexico were I ever to travel there.

    You’re a master haiku writer and I’ve enjoyed every one of them when I have visited here. I’ll be back after today for sure!

  2. Lovely photo and lovely Haiku ~ blessings to you and thanks for being on this 12 day journey of Our Lady ~ blessings to you and Happy Holidays `

    (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^

  3. oh once again, just wonderful! so apt and evocative! thank you for sharing the past twelve days. namaste and blessings

  4. guide us all eternally, and may we each having learned from each other’s heart go forward, wiser, stronger into the world, inot our day.. i have so enjoyed this pilgrimage, many thanks to you..

  5. oh dear lover of haiku and all things mary
    thank you for gracing each day in all our hearts.

  6. Prayerful devotion
    Virgin of Guadalupe
    be with us always

  7. Please, every step of the way…
    Thank you sweet crafter of haiku, magicalmysticalteacher, for your gifts.

  8. such a potent prayer! It brings up memories of my scurrying when I taught.

  9. Your collection of images and haikus are no match for anyone, I think! You have made this journey so rich as a result of this. I’ve enjoyed every moment of it and feel so fortunate to have been blessed with the opportunity.
    I bow in reverence to the king of images and haikus!
    You rock.

  10. Thank you for sharing with us all these past 12 days. I’ve enjoyed. I wish you well and am glad to have met you.

  11. I should have these word tattooed on my arm…
    scurry, scurry.
    I have enjoyed these past 12 days on your blog
    and your comments on mine.
    See you Friday. Love♥

  12. I am happy to have been on this journey with you. Lovely haiku. xo

  13. Such beautiful tones in this image! Lovely presentation!

  14. What a wonderful shrine. Love the fresh flowers.
    I’ve enjoyed my visits to your blog and especially the haiku during these twelve days. God be with you! Thank you for all the kind comments you’ve left on my blog as well.

  15. Another beautiful offering, this one from San Miguel de Allende. Thanks for all your beautiful postings and haikus. See you soon.

  16. This mosaic is like a little piece of pop-up art on the road to somewhere. The rough exterior of the wall, the irregular paint, simple containers for flowers and bits of tinsel all add up to create a welcoming resting place for a tire one who sits before setting off again. She is a beautiful ending to a beautiful 12 days. So glad we were able to share it together.

  17. What a lovely photo, MMT. I particularly like the delicate mylar wrapped around the tiles. So happy to share our mutual love of Mexico with you these past 12 days. Be well, and happy Holidays!!

  18. yes, GUIDE my steps, Mary and My Lord Jesus!

  19. We all need a little help from our friends! xxx

  20. Beautiful words and image to end these twelve days of Mary.
    It’s been a pleasure visiting reading your haiku.
    Wishing you joyful festive season!

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