Petitions

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Prayer flags in Sedona, Arizona
 


not a sigh of wind
even humble petitions
tumbling to the ground

 
Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on September 22, 2014, in 5-7-5, Arizona, Carpe Diem, Our World Tuesday, Ruby Tuesday Too, Sedona and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. These are so pretty…prayer flags…I don’t think I’ve ever heard of prayer flags but I surely do like them…especially the RED…:)

  2. This is a very touching response on our today’s prompt … even humble prayers are worth of being heard … and this happens even without wind …

  3. I love the prayer flags. And the “humble petitions”.

  4. Love the prayer flags in Sedona ~ beautiful shot ! Lovely haiku too!

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  5. there is a solemn dignity to these prayer flags. Sedona is a place I’d love to visit. Maybe I should hang up prayer flags for that intention. 🙂

  6. Interesting prayer flags. Why those skulls located there?

  7. I haven’t seen prayer flags quite so long before or hanging so low. Fascinating scene.

  8. Very interesting! quite a nice metaphor…

  9. We have much to pray for in need – yet equally as much to pray for blessings that we have received. Perhaps the calmness of wind suggests that the Lord listens to us all…

  10. limp prayers
    dying in barren earth
    summer drought

    Sorry got carried away by your haiku and wonderful pictures.

  11. Yes. Some days feel that way!

  12. I’ve never heard of prayer flags. They’re rather pretty!

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