Garden

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Yuma Conservation Garden, Yuma, Arizona.


 


Tired of politics,
I seek solitude’s garden
to restore my soul.

 
Haiku and photo © by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
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Posted on March 26, 2019, in 5-7-5, Arizona, haiku, Midweek Motif, Poets United, Sky Watch Friday, Yuma, Yuma Conservation Garden and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. Indeed… every now again, every soul needs to go into that spot where it doesn’t get obliterated by the socio-political screams of the world.

  2. Plants and souls – restoring each other in the garden.

  3. Oh yes, it’s the only place to be these days. Dont think I can take much more.

  4. Therisa Godwaldt

    We, all need that special spot, where our souls can retreat to, when life’s pressures get too much. I would love to explore the desert world that you share with us, MMT, I feel an energy, unlike anything found, in the Great Lakes region.

  5. Oh yes. It’s the best refuge.

  6. I love this Yes that is the place to restore a soul

  7. I think I need to visit that garden as well, I am in need of a drink from the cup of solitude.

  8. Love that cactus garden….

  9. Yes, you can always escape from the human world in the desert, The Australian deserts are delightful but can be a bit snakey as well!

  10. Solitude is the perfect balm my friend
    A wonderful haiku
    Thanks for dropping by my blog

    Much🌻love

  11. And that is the best thing to do. Love the haiku, it gives a clear message!

  12. Oh, you couldn’t have said it better. Me too…
    Fantastic…

  13. let me know when you find it. I’m right behind you!

  14. Love the cactus against the blue sky

  15. Yes, it’s actually a good way to get away from the craziness that is politics. I feel the same.

  16. A desert garden is a great place to restore the soul!

  17. Our souls need lots of healing. I did read an article that studies are showing the next generation of voters are leaning more left. They will be left the remains of this mess.

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