alpha and omega

caterpillar stills
spins a shroud and departs
inevitable

...

form of butterfly
pre-existing dynamic
alpha, omega

chrysalis
Chrysalis by Nicholas Ainley at shinybinary.com

Inspired by the Lenten Journey reading of Hebrews 1:8-12

People on a Lenten Journey

Becca Givens at On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea

Terri at What About God?

Jonathan Stone

Granbee

Michael (Booguloo)

Chèvrefeuille

Roy DeLeon at Expressive Prayer

5 comments

  1. granbee said on March 5, 2012
    Wonderful application in these haiku of the reality of God always before and always after, forevermore! And the artwork is beyond powerful!
    1. Terri said on March 5, 2012
      Thanks! I was trying to figure out how to do it...express the infinite nature with finite words. *crosses eyes*
  2. becca givens said on March 5, 2012
    Powerfully illustrated using the butterfly ~~ thank you for sharing!
  3. Chevrefeuille said on March 6, 2012
    These two haiku are wonderful. I love the imagery of the butterfly. Thank you for sharing. Happy Lenten Haiku Journey.
  4. terri0729 said on March 7, 2012
    Fascinating image and interpretation!! nicely done indeed :)

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