Issue 19.2 | 20 December 2019
overlooking the pond
an iguana strolls by
there goes my haiku 🦎
For me, there is a lot of emotion in the phrase “little things”, seemingly unimportant but now realized, and the solid rhythmically pronounced sound of chickadee. How elegant!
the call’s end of a Black-capped Chickadee… dee…dee…dee Pygmy Owl*
*You Tube’s “8 Black-capped Chickadee Calls Explained"
A lovely tight haiku of just five words! Beautiful!
I'm reminded of my haiku:
the world is reset
for a moment
Publication credit: Presence issue #61 2018
Anthology: a hole in the light: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2018
Ann, the seeds of 'sight and sound's' imagination… grown so well here.
__ Chickadees, are our state bird; seeing and hearing their warmth… the seasons matter little.._m
quickly found within this snow
chirps of warm
it starts with indefinite little things – irritations, love notes, etc.
and brings them down to one thing – the chickadee
from enigmatic to clear
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