Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I was watching a pregnant bluebird being beaten up by the snow. didn't hear any complaints. Nature gives us valued lessons. Hope you are enjoying moments with tea a pen.Thanks so much for your comment I always appreciate your visits.
__I do appreciate your comment, Leslie... and you did stir my memory fragments! Thanks! _m
Wow! What a wonderful sight Magyar.xx
Nice observation, Magyar...
What you observe is natural life in motion, and I love that you do it in such short stories, a few lines,wow Doug!
__According to haiku form, as I understand it, this post is too "exact" to be haiku, and yet... I listed it as such.__Bhagya... a vision to laugh at, that "sliding squirrel." I'm always gladdened by your visits. Sookri-ahh, Aou-jo!__LL, each of your photos have -many stories- in them, if only I could find them all!__Frank, from someone that has such deep observations as do you, I am honored.__I thank you all! _m
Another cup of tea is the perfect prescription on a cold day!
no acorns falling, but squirrels, a perfect haiku moment, thanksfor sharing Dougmuch love...
__Thanks for your visit Jenn! Would you care for sugar with your tea?__Gillena... I think the squirrels didn't understand why the birds were able to 'grip' and they could not!Smiles! _m
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