Whispering Water

Desert streams photo SonoranApril20131378a_zps84defb6b.jpg
Seasonal stream, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona
 


whispering water—
weary desert monk sipping
from the sacred stream

 

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on April 18, 2013, in Arizona, Carpe Diem, Himmelsk, Sky Watch Friday, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Lovely photo, I do like your composition!

  2. I love the softness of this photo.

  3. Så vacker och skir grönska i träden!

  4. Loved it! Both the picture and the composition 🙂

  5. Hello, lovely colors !
    What a view of the sky you have from your place….
    By Myriam :))

  6. Beautiful, peaceful skies and wonderful composition as always! Have a great weekend!!

  7. A sight that would most welcomed if you wee lost in the desert.

  8. Love the contrast of sky and water ~ blue and sand color ~ Beautiful!

  9. First of all I just love your weary monk. The photo is amazing and so is your haiku. You paint such a perfect picture with plenty of room for the mind to wander. Just realized I’m heading your way next month to the healing vortexes in Sedona 🙂 I’ll be wafting through your desert air. lol

  10. beautiful through and through.

  11. This poor monk! I’m beginning to get a picture of him from his recurring appearances in your poems. Let us hope he can linger at the sacred stream until he is refreshed and no longer weary!!

  12. Beautiful! Have a great weekend!

    Shantana

  13. Great composition and lovely poetry!

  14. beautiful! you can read so much in those few words!

  15. the two complement each other perfectly
    you can feel that lonely yet content moment

  16. Great, a whole story told in just a few words, and those desert strems are rare.

  17. old man and monk
    meet by the watercourse
    fight with walking sticks

    Cheers!
    JzB

  18. Great to see water in the desert. A lovely shot with the sparse desert trees and that glorious light.

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