"jenny wren" is fabulous! Publishable.
I totally agree with Lolly.
Thanks! I really like that one.
Beautiful series --- The first two are so joyful -- lightness in the mundane! The third - such a softly aching feel. Really enjoyed the post.
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed.
Dolores, this series is so delightful. Agree with Jen on lightness in the mundane.
what a precious moment that must have been:)
delightful trio.the hammering woodpecker may not be very melodious but it is comforting to hear him tapping.
This one actually has a pretty lows kwirr, kwirr sound that lets me know he is about.
I really love that first haiku.
The last haiku seems laden with sorrow...The Rooster's Singing
Thank you Mona glad your like them.
ah - wonderful kitchen haikuand the last one does achenamastejzb
Thanks glad you liked them.
I like them all, very nicely done:)
I'd do the same, stop what I was doing when I see birds visiting my feeder!Thanks for visiting me and taking the time to comment.Nonnie
Your welcome Nonnie
Three wonderful examples of karumi - you use the "lightness" and deceptive simplicity so well. A lovely read :)
Thank you sue!