Looking out the kitchen window the first snow of winter on the mountains, black twigged hedges casting frosted white shadows, that stay all day, across the fields; a hunting Sparrowhawk flips over a nearby hedge disturbing a flock of Fieldfare, their gun-metal blue heads shining in the afternoon winter sun as they rise as one circling the field before settling back on the hedge.
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Sometime philosopher, thinker, dreamer, birdwatcher, poet, and occasional writer. Living and writing in beautiful North Wales.
Pleased as punch to have this in today’s Scarlet Dragonfly Journal. Thanks to @KathleenTrocmet ... https://scarletdragonflyjournal.wordpress.com/2022/07/03/sultry-winds/
#SenryuJournal #haikuhut #failedhaiku #linkedverse #issue79 Thanks & congratulations dear Vandana Parashar for this collaborative verse.
Grateful to Bryan Rickert, Editor
Here’s the most recent podcast of my short #haiku readings: Longest Day http://anchor.fm/clive-bennett0… @RJefferiesSoc #Nature #Yellowhammer
Thrilled to have two haiku in the latest issue of Hedgerow ... thanks to Caroline Skanne for including them
across the reeds
between storms the song of a song thrush
#haiku @hedgerowpoems @CarolineSkanne