Woven

Storm clouds photo stormcloudsSonoran_zpsabdec8fe.jpg
Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona
 


storm clouds gathering—
so many rugs are woven
from threads of thin rain

 
Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on March 7, 2014, in 5-7-5, Arizona, Haiku My Heart, Recuerda Mi Corazon, Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Excellent image. Very nicely captured.

  2. weaving threads of thin rain. that is so deep. love your words. (Our sky looked like that yesterday w/tornado hanging out but did not touch down…. all’s well now in sunshine filled weekend approaching.)

  3. I love this imaginative imagery… beautiful!!!!!

  4. Beautiful image of rugs woven of sheets of rain.

  5. What a spectacular photo – the color of the light on the clff against that dark lowering sky…..love the weaving of the threads of rain in the poem, too.

  6. Vackert med mörka moln bakom den ljusa klippan!

  7. Wow ! what a scary sky !

  8. Dramatic photo. I want my rugs woven from fat rain. We need it.

  9. This rug… is the perfect meditation rug for me.

  10. Transported on your magic carpet. x

  11. rain and rugs…. i’ll never look at them the same…. still contemplating those lovely words…

  12. Another lovely nature haiku and great photo ~ thanks, can’t have sunshine without the tears ~ ^_^

  13. Dramatic sky and dramatic words to go along with it! 🙂

  14. This is a read again and again haiku, luv it. Have a nice Friday , happy you dropped in at my blog

    Much love…

  15. threads of thin rain,
    now that’s GORGEOUS!

  16. Beautiful image. ‘Threads of thin rain’ is my fave line too.

  17. Dramatic skies over this beautiful patch of desert worlds.
    In answer to your question about wetlands drying in our summer, usually, on my peninsula, they may shrink but not dry out. (The same can’t be said for other parts of Australia further north.) Only the ephemeral wetlands in my blog post – small and shallow originally – may dry. But that’s not the case this summer.

  18. Loving both the dramatic photo and the oh so clever words, thinking of how a carpet of green will be the result of those threads of rain!

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