Friday, July 20, 2012

Haiku My Heart

Sometimes life offers up sober messages.  When we doubt, messages can arrive in unexpected ways; ways that will instruct us and affirm our deepest beliefs. We have only to listen and hear. I just recently read a short story that had a simple and heart-rending message.  It was a message from Hell, from one lost to redemption.  It is a cautionary tale for hearts still beating with the breath of Hope

Our greatest torment
Knowing with certainty that
We'll nay see God

He who possesses
God lacks nothing; has no needs
God will not desert

Lonely I am not
Contemplation, inner peace
Inhale, breath of Hope


Bruce Miller said...

Lovely reminders of the power of faith. To the unregenerate mind, boredom is the greatest torment.

GrandmaK said...

Wonderful Haiku for reflection!! Thank you! Cathy

Kim Mailhot said...

I am always, always grateful for hope.
May you Friday be a hopeful one !

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Very contemplative haiku and awesome photo~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

Dawn Elliott said...

Your writing style is so wonderfully sophisticated and beautiful...and the message is universal...loved it!

Marja said...

A Haiku for much needed contemplation

Marit said...

Nice haiku and they go so well with the beautiful image!

rebecca said...

dear annie,
you have a strong heart. may your inner peace continue to touch others. we need more beauty, acceptance and hope in this world!

Lea said...

You offer here... sustenance and faith, of which springs clear and true from the wellspring of your dear heart... I join you here in "contemplation" and breathe deeply of this "hope."

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Nice haiku set.


Magical Mystical Teacher said...

"God will not desert"

To this thought I would add: "God is no desert."


Haiku for Your Heart

Pam said...

More contemplation and inner peace, and the world would be a much better place. I like what you've written Annie.

SandyCarlson said...

These are great. The mood and sentiment make me think o the music of John Michael Talbot.

Felisol said...

A beautiful speech early this special Sunday morning.
I will embrace the words "He possesses God lacks nothing".
At least for today, I'll try to keep my focus on them.

Jeanie said...

This is truly beautiful, Annie. Your writing is so from the soul.