after the fire burns
and only ashes remain
souls are seasoned
Filed under Christianity, Haiku, Poetry, Religion, Spirituality, wowh
Tagged as Haiku, journey, Lent, micro-poetry, poem
Love how the haiku sets a scene and then breathes in life! Beautiful!
Thank you so much.
From dust to dust – springs to mind!
I hadn’t thought of that, but that is perfect!
Thanks! It’s a big day for us. Feb. 29th doesn’t roll around every year.
“souls are seasoned” what a lovely thought. I have enjoyed reading your Haiku gifts. Thank you so much.
Thank you! It has been a privilege all the way around.
I’m thinking that this is the season of seasoning for me!
I’ve enjoyed visiting day by day. Keep writing!
Journey with My Muse
Visiting is one of the greatest gifts of these challenges. I often wonder how to keep that community together.
Hello Terri, it was really wonderful to walk this journey of writing haiku with you and all the others. It was an adventure, a wonderful challenge. I hope I will continue this with the Lenten Haiku Journey.
It has been a wonderful gift! I look forward to continuing the journey.
Terri, my soul definitely feels seasoned! I am glad we met on this particular journey! Thank you!
Seasoning is good. It brings depth! It has been a blessed time and I am glad we walked the path together for a time.
OMG! you took my breathe away Terri.. Thanks and I am happy to have you as a challenger two years in a row.. Happy!
Thank you so much. Your gift has been a joy.
Another aspect of our journey to assist in the seasoning of lessons and experience. It has been a joy to visit you and your creative contributions this past month. In many ways it is difficult to believe the challenge is over, and in other ways, I am glad. It has been a pleasure. Thank you ~~ Here is my last day … Day 29.
I will be around to visit you soon! I am glad we are continuing
It has been a pleasure to know and read your haiku… That we need a seasoned soul after the journey ~ Cheers to you
and Happy anniversary ~
Reminds me of the smokehouse on our family farm–or a properly run barbeque pit–the pure nature of the ashes tell us how well seasoned the product has become! We are tested by spiritual fire and become seasoned Christians!
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