Haiku – Creation June 25, 2014

Chèvrefeulle tells us:

It’s time for a new Ghost Writer (GW) post. The following GW-post is by Gillena Cox of Lunch Break and it was scheduled for May 2014, but there were circumstances which made that Gillena could not deliver it at time, so here is here belated GW-post with the prompt ”Creation”.

And this is what she’s written, inspiring us to write following the lead of Chiyo-ni:

When i read the biblical account in the book of Genesis of creation, i am confronted with the aspects of completion, satisfaction, and goodness; how unlike the reality of man’s stewardship, in our continuous and ongoing process of doing, crafting and tireless improving; when will we get it right or maybe the question is can we?

 

spring rain-
all things on earth
become beautiful

 

© Chiyo-Ni

mz3_hst

Planetary Nebula Mz3: The Ant Nebula Credit: R. Sahai (JPL) et al., Hubble Heritage Team, ESA, NASA

endless energy
swirling in darkest matter
creation


This post was inspired by Carpe Diem Haiku Kai – Ghost Writer – Creation

12 thoughts on “Haiku – Creation June 25, 2014

  1. This is … what can I say … Gillena talks about biblical creation and you talking about the opposite evolution …. what a wonderful take on this prompt by Gillena Georgia. Thank you for this diamond. Chapeau!

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    • The word creation brings to my mind that fantastic energy that is the universe, so vast … I wouldn’t exclude God … I just tend to think that the finite can never understand the infinite … the zen master would maybe say it might be better to live in the here and now. I’m happy you found the prompt/response a diamond! 🙂

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      • The energy which surrounds is great and (in my opinion) holy … that zen-master is right I think, I live in the here and now, because I don’t know what’s coming next. I cherish that idea … the here and now is a touch of infinity …

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