Lessons from a Sunflower Haiku

By: Cynthia Ann Katon-Alfonso

May 05 2012

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Category: Faithfulness, haiku, My Poems and Garden, Poetry

14 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:55mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/59 sec
Camera:NIKON D3000

1.   Stubborn loyalty

single-minded devotion

to your one Sun-god!

2.   Warm worshipping love

for your one-and-only Sun

faithful to-the-max!

3.   Looking unto Him

from sunrise,  noon, till sundown

of your one brief life.

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14 comments on “Lessons from a Sunflower Haiku”

  1. A beautiful haiku, so tenderly written and what a picture that captures the greatness of this “Living Sun God”. Ever stop to wonder in his life span how long the time is really to him? Does he count his life in years or days! Just thinking out loud!

  2. Wonderful lessons, Cynthia, and beautiful image! Perfect for Saturday morning! Blessings to you for a wonderful weekend! xx

    • Thank you Lauren, blessings to you too! Am just leaving for my Asian tour in a while. Just replying to your comments. Hugs from me for now.

      • My dear friend, i nominated you today for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award” You are so very deserving with all you do for all of us and i am just truly happy to return some love to you. You inspire all of us with your site, your life and your heart! My friend you lifted me a few times with your kindness…now i can give back to you! Have a wonderful and bless weekend my sister and friend! The post is on my site already!

  3. Beautiful poetry and a lovely photo. You are quite talented. 😉

  4. beautiful image and wonderful Haiku’s. , Cynthia!

  5. Beautiful photo
    A trio of neat haiku
    Uplifting message

  6. That was a splendid comment haiku Ben, thanks! 🙂


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