Done for Carpe Diem.
Monophysitism – Divinity is seen in everything and everyone. Based on the idea of seeing God in all and everything and that God is everything. So that nature is divine. Haiku and Monophysitism can be seen as the same idea.
in the rising dawn
concerto of raindrops sings
His hallelujahCopyright © Celestine Nudanu 19/08/15
angela ekuban said:
This is a good piece Celestine.
Thank you AJ. Much appreciated. 🙂
nice one Celestine
Thank you 🙂
Alice Keys said:
Lovely. Inspirational. Kudos to you. 🙂
Much appreciated my friend. 🙂
I think you’ve captured the idea well!
Lynn, thank you.
Lucid Gypsy said:
Well done, that’s a big challenge!
Thank you sis. 🙂
Yes I agree God is in all we see. Expessed well in your haiku.
Maniparna Sengupta Majumder said:
Wonderful thought…nicely expressed in the form of a haiku… 🙂
Thanks a million, Maniparna.
Dolores, thanks. 🙂
Much appreciated, Usha. 🙂
A raindrop concerto is such a lovely concept. Hallelujah !
Amen, my dear…stunning!
Many thanks my friend. 🙂
I think it is cool that in several of the major (perhaps some minor) faiths as well that the word Hallelujah or some variant exists. All to offer praise.
Singing rain as Hallelujah is lovely too.
Thank you Jules. Praising the Creator brings such joy to the one doing the praise.
Enter His gates with thanksgiving in your hearts; Enter His gates with praise. 🙂
Nicely written Celestine, I just had to bring the idea of “Naranarayana” (God in Everything, God is Everything) into this post. It’s how I look at haiku … a divine art, because of the strong bond with nature.
And that is perfect, Chev. The idea of God being Omnipresent and Omniscient manifests in nature all the time. 🙂
Thank you, as always. 🙂
Sharmishtha Basu said:
so very true!
🙂 Glad you agree. 🙂
Thank you Rosy. 🙂