Burning Red Skies

Warm greetings to all!

Before the holiday festivities start to snowball and I lose all control of time, let me wish those who celebrate December 25 a very merry Christmas.

One of my favorite on-line hangout, as some of you already know, is none other than with Chevrefeuille from Carpe Diem Haiku Kai and his haiku family. Listen to this wonderful musical piece by Adrian von Ziegler, this month’s Carpe Diem’s featured artist, and if a haiku stirs your imagination, please join us. (The link opens on December 24th, 7pm)

distant spirit
cries under burning red skies
pilgrim seeks holy child

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this is my prayer that we each find the radiant light within to guide us all safely home.

☼love.

 

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26 thoughts on “Burning Red Skies

    • Sun says:

      thank you so much, LuAnn! i just wrote down your kale coconut recipe so hopefully i can attempt to cook it correctly. the last time i tried it from memory and i forgot you added the chickpeas and cumin seeds. 🙂 it tasted fine but now with the right ingredients…it is going to be Wow!! 😛 happy holidays and cheers!!

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  1. aFrankAngle says:

    Very fitting for those of us in the final hours of Advent. … and if you get a chance (and your readers as well), Santa has bounties of stuff under my tree. Merry Christmas to you and everyone near you.

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    • Sun says:

      thank you, Hank. i do hope you are enjoying the rest of the holidays before the new year. your Circle of Life haiku, perfect as we wait the new season. peace to you.

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    • Sun says:

      thank you, dear Subhan. i just read your Like a Fountain of Fire. powerful and moving words. Blessings and love to you too. cheers for the new year!

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