wishing I knew
their language
night-calling migrants


7 Responses

  1. Imogen Forster Says:

    Their voices become
    distinct as you listen,
    separate into sense.

  2. madhurip Says:

    morning congress
    huddled unseen

  3. Magyar Says:

    __The changes of sound (language_?) must mean something to a listener of the same species; if only we knew.
    __A good question is posed… behind your verse Sheila. _m

  4. Alan Summers Says:

    Wonderful haiku, not just birds, but humans.

    bright nights
    a blessed man contours
    an army tank

    Alan Summers
    Publications credits: Kamesan's World Haiku Anthology on War, Violence and Human Rights Violations (2012) Ed. Dimitar Anakiev

    Award Credit: GINYU AWARD 2013

  5. rushessays Says:

    Women have been victims of cruel power struggles for centuries in all ages, societies and cultures around the world. There is the need for education for humankind to seek knowledge and delve in critical thinking about girls’ right. Women can only be able to earn their power and prove their talents and necessity towards society when they can obtain knowledge.

  6. th. vandergrau Says:

    strange birds
    I try to learn
    their names

  7. Tina Says:

    dieeer :Vislen Dank für diese Korrektur Navionics kein Zweifel, dass überzeugen können, und danke ihnen für dieses bescheidene Blog mit Reaktivität Besuch. Es scheint mir wichtig, die möglichst genaue Informationen zu den geschäftlichen Entscheidungen von Browsern erleichtern liefern.

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