a coyote licks ice
on the tumbleweed
—Barbara A. Taylor
Issue 09.1 | 16 February 2010
Oh, how I love the wild world~!
Thank you for the gem~!
What a great surprise to find this haiku today! I have been following Tinywords for some time & have just subscribed & am wondering how to submit poetry? & also looking forward to being a member of this site…John Di Leonardo
What’s this; ‘Grace Institute,’ Frances, a haiku college?
Great visual Haiku. This is what makes this form special…nature and animals!
What animals, Rhoda Galgiani? there are no animals in this double entendre haiku. A tumbleweed is a kind of plant – a product of nature!
A lovely haiku. I can feel the dry cold bite thru my jacket and see the sparkle of the early morning sun reflect off the skeins of ice.
syllable’17, define coyote.
In answer to your query, Sublee Knapp, a coyote (strict definition)is: a small wolf native to western North America.
spirit of a white prairie
no problemo, dog
Vividly captured! Love it.
Thanks all for your kind comments.
peace and love
3ZuHyb Very true! Makes a cahnge to see someone spell it out like that. :)
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