Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku

Heading for the hills

curling and whirling in flight

keen to be away

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22 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku

  1. what interesting sculptures! it’s hard to know their size. these could well be small, and you are capturing them as close-ups, or they could be huge, captured with a wide angle lens. my guess is that they are large.
     
    what’s the story here? thanks for sharing.

  2. I like the haiku. The sculptures are interesting too. Although I’m not completely sure what some of them are, I think I may have recognized a bird or two and perhaps a couple of dragonflies. πŸ™‚

  3. A man makes dragonflies (and other wicker work objects) in the market in Ludlow. I always meant to buy a couple for my garden but forgot and even though I drove through there on Monday I forgot again! Still, I’m not sure they would survive the damp and wind up here. I do love your Haiku, it has a lovely flow to it.

    1. Thanks honey I wish I’d bought some for a friends birthday. I made a life sized willow heron once and it lasted by my pond for about five years. It’s okay I’d rather a natural thing returning to earth than some alternatives. Hope you have the sunshine I have here? πŸ™‚

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