Bullet-riddled tin photo SonoranMay2013561a_zps75bb4329.jpg
Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona

spring morning
bullet-riddled tin
leaking sky

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Posted on May 16, 2013, in Arizona, Carpe Diem, haiku, Himmelsk, Kyoshi Takahama, Sky Watch Friday, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. A great composition for “Himmelsk”!
    Well done!

  2. odd find! It seems to me that metal would be a dangerous item to use for target practice, it that’s what is was.

  3. Leaking sky … I like that description.

  4. Turning something yukky into something beautiful — making it a frame for the beautiful sky…and for your beautiful words!

    (We’ve noticed that shot-up objects are almost as common as cacti out on the desert . Scary.

  5. This one made me grin. “Leaking Sky” is awesome!

  6. Wow ! Creative shot for Sky watch and another great haiku ~ ^_^

  7. This haiku (and photo) leave me in awe.

  8. Oh my!! Well I guess it IS the wild west out where you are!! 🙂Night Of Spring

  9. Very beautiful photo for SWF,thank you for sharing!Enjoy your weekend!

  10. You have brought great perspective to a small ordinary thing, thank you for sharing!

  11. Love the angle. Beautiful shots! Happy sky watching.

    My sky.

  12. Great shot of shots. Better a camera then a gun but I like the composition and the angle of the shot. Well done.

  13. Nice pairing, my first ever reading of a gun themed haiku

  14. such a great haiku! the image of a leaking sky… amazing!

  15. end of the line
    the last of spring is shot and
    leaks into summer


  16. It amazes me how something so simple can be such a piece of beauty as well.

  17. Wonderful photo. I see a lot of this in the desert, but don’t often think to photograph it!

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