Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I can picture them!
I just looked up your juncos;)Learn a lot here!
Gwil that wasn't nice :)I just love bird feet tracks in the snow and sand...what are they trying to tell us I wonder.Crows truly do look like exclamation marks in the snow. -m...you are so observant and your words as beautiful as a photo~
words in songshappy are nature's poetspublish in the snowThey send a message on a cold day - don't they?Warm greetings to you today Doug.
Deine Spuren im Schnee werden durch deine Worte so sichtbar, ich mag deine Haikus sehr, sehr!!!!Herzliche GrüßeRachel
Thanks for your visit -N-, welcome_!__Jennifer, those little bouncing rascals!Gwil, "Wot, no comments?" Smiles, _m!__Jan, those bird foot prints began long before Hieroglyphics, and yet they are always... "just found." Thanks! _mSearching words, Daniele!__Moonie, you are one of 'nature's poets.' Edith, we know each other's thoughts. __Thank you all! _m.
snow is four letterslike rain, or love, or blue achesomehow, bird is more ~
Oh how I love the way you bring a scene to life!The bird tracks in the snow...the flash of black feathers across soft carpet of white...all so evocative of poignant childhood memories...:)Brilliant!! :))
Thank you both, "Y" and M, I fully enjoy your comments_! _m
It was a wonderful chance to visit this kind of site and I am happy to know. thank you so much for giving us a chance to have this opportunity! I will be back soon for updates.
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