A personal miscellany.
Popped in from Granny J's. That is a super picture. Phill did good.
Bright eyed and all puffed up, I like him.
OK I don't know much about haiku so I read some from your blogs and looked online to see the rules.. now I have to try it.. :)Puffed up and bright eyedAn early bird but no wormAnother day perhapsAm I close?
Nice photo and congratulations on your first anniversary!Thank you for visiting my blog.
Hi Faye -- closeishbetter might be something likepuffed upearly bright-eyed birdno worm todayhere allowing "puffed up" to be the dominant imagethere is now a slight break [called a ceasura] at the end of the second line and then the thought of "another day" is implied rather than stated -- haiku are generally "of the moment" so show rather than tell.
Very cute photograph. You have an interesting website here! Thanks for visiting mine www.southcoastsounds.info
Mandy,I've accomadated a few of this lady's cousins in my yard this season. One of their children approached me with curiosity but no fear yesterday. I've noticed the same behavior from my resident Jays. Odd...I've no explanation, only the joy of those moments.rel
Wow wonderful picture of the birs.. Seem that the bird was waiting for the photo.. It's fantastic, congratulation to your friend Phill and to you.. The blog is very nice! ^_^
Mandy thanks for the lesson. I understand what you are saying. Yours flows much better. Thanks for the poem on my blog as well :)
Lovely bird and I liked your haiku in your comment. ;0
Beautiful bird. I enjoyed reading the haiku in your blog and photos as well. But after reading the comment of you explaining what haiku actually is, I still can't really know how exactly should we write a haiku, though. :p But I always love poetry.
A lovely photo....encapsulates freedom of wild birds.
He does feel as if he's a wild bird, but he's choosing to sit on the man's fence post than in the tree. Great photo. And I love your poem in the comments.
Very delicate shot. Nice bird. I like a lot.
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