a crow’s caw across
an empty field
Issue 14.1 | 1 May 2014
I like this very much! Well done.
Beautiful. Love this!
Another fine haiku by Maureen Virchau.
I particularly like the clever construction of the second line with its alliteration recreating the haunting sounds of the crow.
Thanks for sharing this, though I hope it is not autobiographical.
Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so glad you experienced the second line exactly as I intended. Thank you for sharing those particular thoughts.
I sincerely appreciate your concern, but it is not autobiographical.
I am honored to be published within the pages of such a wonderful journal, and I greatly appreciate your support.
Exquisite haiku! So poignant and stark.
There is a sense of loss and loneliness, magnified by the empty field and a lone crow cawing. Beautiful and subtle.
Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts as a reader. I sincerely appreciate your kind words.
Thank you all very much for your kind words. Wishing you peace & happiness.
I love crow-ku and the atmosphere is striking in this one, Maureen.
Little by little you help me see the beauty of the Haiku form.
I'm a great lover of crows, friendly, and helpful, with a sense of humor, much needed when around human animals. :-)
Wonderful haiku that includes haiku, thank you!
intermittent rain I shed another crow
Publication Credits: Frogpond autumn 2013 issue (36:3)
Thank you, Alan, for your kind words and for sharing your thoughts on my favorite bird. :-)
Your haiku is wonderful. Thank you for sharing it with us.
A wonderful haiku, Maureen. Congratulations!
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