Category Archives: haiga

Haibun: Imagine


Imagine that you can go back in time to when you first loved the sound of rain in the night, or when you first identified the singing of the thrush. I know what you’re thinking: I’ll always be stuck in the here-and-now. But you don’t have to be. Imagine!
 
In the autumn woods
a tree stump becomes a throne
for an aging queen.


 

Haibun © 2020 by Magical Mystical Teacher

 

Shadow Shot Sunday 2: Old Stone

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Shadows brush a palm tree and a stone in the pond at Yuma Conservation Garden, Yuma, Arizona.
 
Photo © by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
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Still

Breakfast

Bloom

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Ocotillo blossom in April, Pinal County, Arizona
 

 
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Corn Rain

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Detail from a mural in Historic Downtown Yuma, Arizona
 



 
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Colors

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Last rays of sunshine light up the mountains near Tucson, Arizona
 



 
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Colorless

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An abandoned car rusts in Ajo, Arizona
 



 
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Shadows

Bird

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Remains of a ravaged bird, Yuma County, Arizona
 


A bird without its feathers
Is not going anywhere,
Although it longs for freedom
And for flying through the air.
 
A bird without its feathers
Is deceased, most probably,
And will never see the sun
That still shines on you and me.

  
Photo and poem © 2017 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
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