Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
Good it isn't the wrinkles of time?~ There is nothing in which the birds differ more from man than the way in which they can build and yet leave a landscape as it was before. ~ Robert Lynd beautiful haiku, Magyar :)wishes,devika
love it! thankyou.
light breeze and silent pond is all I need now:)Beautiful image!Joo
a serene image with the slightest of animationmuch love...
Thank you all, my friends!__I'm not a "bird watcher;" I enjoy watching all animals and their daily functions. I am, though, constantly amazed by -birds-, and the differances among them. Just count the wing beats of a Great Blue Heron and match them [and size, of course] to those of a Hummingbird!... and yet leave a landscape as it was before... thx Dev._m
As always, D, your words take me right to a certain place in time and I'm transfixed.
Gorgeous, Doug - A very special haiku!Warren
blue pondonly rippled bybird's wingsHi Magyar,I mean your preface should offer material for a ku - variating the subject.Best wishesRudi
Grandmother NatureA heavy frownBut the purest heart.Thank you dear poet for your kind words,I am doing well but rather busy.Will visit as often as I can.Your Haikus are looking better every day.Your friend_BB
We have blue herons on the ponds on our golf course. They look so majestic!
great blue - Heron?
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