Photos Poetry Prose
puffing in sunlightpigeon struts a mating dancehungry cat crouchesloons cry a backchordfor a lonely train whistlesurprises coyote
Love this first one (and feel for the birds, our cats regularly bring in unlucky feathered victims).
I like watching pigeons strut, hope the cat misses. Your second haiku fits in so many evocative sounds!
I love the watercolour too!
Lovely work!The second haiku makes me homesick, for a lake high in the mountains.
Beautiful watercolor and the first haiku brings sound to my ears.
Oh my. So real and filled with surprises.
I feel for the birds, but also know it's not as easy as the cat thinks. The sparrows in our yard used to divebomb the barn cats, who were terrors to small earthbound creatures and terrified of sparrows.
I can just hear and see that last one. :-)
Beautiful watercolor and haiku to match!
words and painting made me take a deep breathlovely!
Your watercolor is truly beautiful and I love the colors and feeling in it. Your haiku are wonderful! I've always loved pigeons and I enjoy watching their puffing mating dance -- the males work so hard and the females ignore them most of the time! The crouching cat adds a powerful element of contrast and danger. Well done. And the loons and train whistle created an incredible sound in my mind as I read your haiku -- very cool. And I really like the image of the coyote being surprised. :)
These are wonderful, your words are just right, evocative, vivid, I could see / hear the images very well.
These are very good. Exciting to see each bird paired with another animal within the haiku. Lots of action in each.
Excellent haiku. You really brought me into the scene, like a gentle walk. I love the watercolor, too.
is that your painting of the birds? it is so beautiful. you're a virtuoso in making art of nature. i love your work (and assuming it's ok, i will add this blog to my poetry blog's blogroll).
A beautiful watercolor to match two excellent poems. Your second one, with the sounds it evokes, is truly marvelous. I enjoyed it very much and easily visualized the scene.
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