Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
What a joy to read all of your wonderful haiku which you have shared with Carpe Diem on our first 'real' episode of our Tarot journey, The Fool. As JRB said in his post [...] "Socrates once said when you know nothing you're wise" [...] and that's where it's all about ... knowing nothing will bring you wisdom. Our next step in our Tarot-journey is The Magician (I). Let us look closer to the R.W.-card of The Magician.
the Son of God
|Montsegur, 'headquarters' of the Cathars, a roman Catholic sect.|
the Magician bridges the gap
between God and man
Maybe in that way The Magician is like the Pharisees.
|Dispute between Jesus and the Pharisees|
Rose of Sharon
at the feet of the Magician -
how wise shall he be?
Well ... this was (again) not an easy post to prepare, but I think it has become a nice post and I hope it will inspire you to write haiku and share them with Carpe Diem, the place to be if you like writing and sharing haiku.
This prompt will stay on 'til May 4th 11.59 AM (CET) and I will post our next 'card-draw', The High Priestess (II), later on today around 10.00 PM (CET). Enjoy the fun ...