Photo: Beaver Creek, Montezuma Well, near Sedona, Arizona
© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011
I am ready to hear the jaded cynic squawking. I imagine it would be quite the shrill sound!
Nice Haiku and picture, green leaves and flowing water, so natural pic…
Stunning photo and great haiku. Did you take this picture, BB? hugs, pat
I did … check under Photos for the “original”! 😀
Great haiku with a very thought provoking message.
It becomes impossible when we seem not to accept the reality of it all…
Very nice photo and thought-provoking haiku Becca! 🙂
Well said! I think the cynic scoffs because he hasn’t seen the light, you need to mix faith with imagination, you can’t rely on what you can see. Phew!
1 Corinthians 2:14 in haiku form–nice! 🙂
1 Corinthians 2:14 (NIV)
“The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit.”
I didn’t realize the correlation at the time. Thank you for sending me the passage! I appreciate your visit and comment.
Oh I like this one very much. Great Photo.
It was a very refreshing and lovely site to discover. We let our feet dangle in the water! 🙂
Lovely green and beautiful rounded leaves!! Almost look like a bunch of grapes!! Looks very ornamental!!
It was an unusual shade of green for the area – compared to everything we had seen. Refreshing ~~
Thank you for visiting!
The effect of light and shadow is fantastic! love the pic!
Thanks, Hank … it was a serene and peaceful spot ~~
Impossible sight… nice haiku offering ~
Funny, Becca … I think that my last comment upon your Haiku spoke of how I both loved and understood most of your Haiku immediately. Now, because I have a “literal old mind,” I cannot see you as either jaded or as a cynic. 😉
Oh, Liz, neither cynic or jaded refers to me! Not to worry … 🙂
“Faith’s effect” so appeals to me.
P.S. I didn’t know this kind of plant thrives near the water. They are mainly decorative in my part of the world; in air-conditioned rooms.
This was definitely a delightful discovery ~~ thank you! I have some photos of the roots of the trees flowing like strands of hair. Amazing!
nice homage to mother earth.
Thank you! 🙂
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