Category Archives: Haiku My Heart
Only a few clouds appear on a brilliant summer day in the Sonoran Desert, Southern Arizona.
A padlock helps to keep tools safe in a shed at Robert J. Moody Demonstration Garden, Yuma, Arizona.
Wind, relentless wind!
I’m rattled by the padlock
swinging to and fro.
A labyrinth in Phoenix, Arizona attracts many truth seekers.
A blush spreads across the sky at day’s end in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Southern California.
A huge stone nestles in the shade of a pine tree at the Japanese Friendship Garden, Phoenix, Arizona.
It takes tons of discipline just to be a stone,
Sitting in the sun and rain, sitting all alone,
Sitting there ignored and shunned as the years roll by.
Don’t you wish you were a stone? “No, I don’t, not I.”
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When the old stone sings,
even crows in the pine tree
stop wagging their tongues.
Rhyming poem, haiku, and photo © by Magical Mystical Teacher
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An orange tree stands in need of pruning in a Phoenix, Arizona backyard.
The doors are locked on this chapel in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico.
The chapel at Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona can be seen through a wrought-iron fence.
An almost cloudless day makes it easy for raptors to hunt in California’s Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.