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Wednesday, March 24, 2010



wild turkeys
strut across this muddy path
the owners

14 comments:

nora said...

Very lovely, Magyar. You captured the scene just right.

Margie said...

Oh, I really enjoyed this!
Great haiku!

Margie:)

Talon said...

Captured brilliantly, Magyar. I can see them perfectly.

Rachel said...

Lieber Magyar,

das gefällt mir auch!!

herzlichst, Rachel

fourwindshaiga said...

This makes me laugh. Now, if they just didn't think that about my garden.

joo said...

It's really nice - I don't know why, but recalls summer.
Greetings:)

Gillena Cox said...

Line 3 did it for me; i like the surprise and the humourous twist

much love
gillena

Lorraine said...

yep it's all about the last line, loved it ;)

Magyar said...

... I think animals have varied senses of reason, innate that it may be.
... At their first view of the world, the first thought might be "all I see, belongs to me." The owner.
_m

John McDonald said...

love it M
john

Tikkis said...

We got many wild pheasants here; saw two of these in a snowy field under some young birch-trees:

the pheasant cock
in a deep snow
utters a call

Rudi Pfaller said...
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Rudi Pfaller said...

How lucky you may be to watch wild turkeys. I envy you.
Best wishes
Rudi

Magyar said...

__I heartily thank you all, my friends, new and old! _m