Riversong

Sacred Heart Church photo SacredHeartFMTNM041a_zps1a4179f0.jpg
Sacred Heart Church, Farmington, New Mexico
 


riversong flowing
through a dry and thirsty land—
holiness abloom

 
Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on July 22, 2013, in Blue Monday, Carpe Diem, Farmington, haiku, Jane Reichhold, Mornings with Mary, New Mexico, Recuerda Mi Corazon, Sacred Heart Church and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. There are so many, many different versions/paintings of Mary. She is everywhere.

  2. A Son embracing His Mother and yet also giving Her to the world.

  3. This haiku is a psalm.
    poetic, spiritual and reassuring.

  4. Jessica Slavin

    Reblogged this on jessicaslavin.

  5. Mot inspiring sight.

  6.   Beautiful haiku …!

  7. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  8. Your haiku fits this image perfectly. Lovely!

  9. glorv1vivalavida

    This is just beautiful. I’ve never seen this version. Thank you so much for sharing. I love it. Happy Monday to you. Take care.

  10. What an amazing image of Mary and perfect words to accompany her.

  11. the riversong, what a lovely, flowing phrase! quite an unusual version of sacredness! thank you for sharing it with us.

  12. yes! it is raining roses!!!

  13. this sharing stopped me in my tracks so to speak – such a powerful and mystical image with so many layers, telling us so much more than just the surface glance reveals and your haiku is a river of roses – thank you for this

  14. Great use of words in crafting a lovely haiku.

  15. Lisa at Greenbow

    A beautiful haiku.

  16. Roses to open the heart:)

  17. This ‘riversong’ flows through everything, doesn’t it? This is beautiful, as Priti Lisa says, a psalm!

  18. sounds like you hear the song, but can’t see the water….

  19. WOW! What a wonderfully composed spiritual haiku MMT. Thank you for sharing.

  20. Love the photo and haiku.

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