Tag: plants and garden

the colors you wear: a haiku (and a prose)

colors green and blue always your favorite so true a dress for my heart ~~~~~~~~~~~~~He remembers her in her blue and green dress. She dresses well. The colors of nature: the green grass, green plants, green trees, and the blue sea, blue mountain, blue sky. Often there is white space in between, like a white canvas background … Continue reading the colors you wear: a haiku (and a prose)

planting with my heart: a haiku (and a prose)

opening the heart seeing beauty in plain sight gold and rare delight ~~~~~~~~Seeing is not longer difficult for a traveler with a heart. He sees things differently. The field. The sky. The plants. The clouds. The water. The light. The colors. Dawn. Noon. Sunset. Rain or shine. Seasons. Structure and organization of matters. Even the … Continue reading planting with my heart: a haiku (and a prose)

Here is traveler’s rest: a haiku

Here is traveler's rest right spot  right foot at its best shady cozy nest ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [ Promised Rest for God’s People ] God’s promise of entering his rest still stands, so we ought to tremble with fear that some of you might fail to experience it. For this good news—that God has prepared this rest—has … Continue reading Here is traveler’s rest: a haiku

traveler’s mirror reflects: backyard home haiku

Thriving lush green plants in someone's backyard transform wilderness to home ----------------- Living in Paris in my lone studio many years ago, I used to keep a tiny potted African violet at my kitchen window to remind myself that it was my home. It was a wonderful year for me, Spring, Summer, and Autumn.  (In Winter … Continue reading traveler’s mirror reflects: backyard home haiku