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Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, 17th century, Museo Zacatecano Zacatecas, México

from the Virgin’s hand
a tsunami of graces
for sinners in need

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on April 22, 2013, in Blue Monday, Mexico, Mornings with Mary, Museo Zacatecano, senryu, The April Heights 2013, Zacatecas and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Pretty shade of blue. Thanks for joining in Blue Monday.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  2. Lovely submission for Blue Monday. Come by and visit 😉

  3. Very comforting………we have only to ask!

  4. Pretty pretty blues! I love blue ist is so calm and peaceful to me. Love your share.

  5. Ah, the graces. Such a beautiful reference. Very reverent and lovely haiku.

  6. “tsunami of graces”, love that line! Beautiful haiku! 🙂

  7. sinners in need – indeed.

  8. It is reassuring to know that there is no limit to God’s love!!
    The essence of love then is that, there is no measure!!

  9. Tsunami of graces indeed! Infinite love

  10. To be graced by the loving words of ‘Mary’ type women is a virtual blessing! x

  11. Oh this is a lovely (dare I say heavenly) take on the prompt =)

  12. We do need some divine intercession…
    but I suppose it has always seemed so.

  13. i love your retablo! so glad you shared this and a
    tsunami of graces

  14. She is the way, without faulty, to Him who guides us all.

  15. Beautiful take on the prompt.

  16. Really, really like this – great take on the prompt.

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