Distant mountains photo SonoranJan2013592a_zpsf1368a0d.jpg
Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona

Dew from the mountain
does not dampen desert dust—
still the white bird sings.

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on February 21, 2013, in Arizona, Carpe Diem, desert, Ein Stück Himmel, haiga, haiku, Himmelsk, Sky Watch Friday, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.

  1. Kreativt og flott bilde:))

  2. As should we. Scripture says if we do not worship, the mountains will cry out His praise.

  3. det ser varmt och tort ut och stammen är härlig.
    Ha en fin torsdag
    Kram Meta

  4. Great composition!
    perfect for the theme!

  5. and loudly, he must call you to spread his song of joy!

  6. Really like your desert theme.

  7. tenderness even in the harshest of places… beautiful.

  8. Life goes on…. lovely haiku ~ ^_^

  9. Seems unfair
    Not to give the desert
    Its dew


  10. I’m guessing that not much dew from anywhere dampens that desert dust!

    April Showers

  11. Perhaps this white bird knows where the desert hides its dew!

  12. Look for A Lovely Thing

    aww, I love your desert haiku. 🙂

  13. Beautiful composition MMT … wonderful photo.

  14. Really cool perspective!

  15. What power
    Humble dew has over
    Mighty Desert

    Beautiful both pic and haiku.

  16. Superb capture of beautiful blue skies! Love your perspective — as always! Have a great weekend!

  17. Tough for dew
    dessert hostility

    😉 I love your sonoran pictures.

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