photo Yumamural_zps3fc6b73d.jpg
Photo mural, Historic Downtown Yuma, Arizona

healing journey
through lands of corn and sun
blackbird singing

Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
More Carpe Diem #410
Shadow Shot Sunday 2

Posted on March 1, 2014, in 4-6-4, Arizona, Carpe Diem, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Southern Arizona, Yuma and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. That Blackbird is a hot item here at Carpe Diem … how come? Nicely composed haiku MMT.

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      Oh, blackbirds come in handy, I guess! 😉

      On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 6:01 AM, Magical Mystical Teacher wrote:


  2. Amazing mural and great shadow.

  3. The corn, the sun and blackbird juxtaposed to give support to each other. They should work wonders! Nicely MMT!


  4. Sometimes the beauty of healing isn’t always seen outside or in. The black bird is often seen as a nuisance bird. But all living things have their place 🙂

    Thanks for your visit.

  5. Trendy mural but I love the thoughts.

    Happy SSS2 Maam MT,

    /CC girl

  6. Great photo and another gem of a haiku ~ Happy Weekend to you ~ xxx

  7. Beautiful mural work.

  8. great photo and haiku

  9. Words and image perfectly matched in tone and sentiment!

  10. Wow-what an incredible mural! It says so much in such a simple way-and your words echo the content of the image nicely!

  11. I love this beautiful mural! Excellent haiku!

  12. The mural demands quiet attention and time to reflect. It seems almost like a response to Munch’s famous “Scream” painting. A stunning addition to the streetscape.

  13. Really gorgeous haiku.

  14. The babe on the wall has averted his eyes toward the heavens, perhaps for just enough rain to grow the nutritious maize that appears to be falling down to a hungry populace…

  15. Contemporary take on the theme of healing.

  16. Interesting work of art. I wonder if the answer will be up there…..

  17. I love this haiku!

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