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Beautiful!! The "s" sounds are very pleasing in the first one, and I love the image of the swallows dipping. And the colors in the second one are lovely -- plus the flash of the kingfisher is a really nice sense of quick movement. :)
I can see both of these images so clearly! Beautiful!
I love the kingfisher, it's such a treasure for the eyes.I love the sounds of the swallow one.
Thanks Clare - the only sighting we ever get of a kingfisher is a quick flash! Sandy - thanksspacedlaw - treasure for the eyes - totally!
There is a reason I like the combinatin of blue and brown and you have illustrated it here. Beautiful.
The contrast of the blue and peat really gets me. Thanks Crafty.
The second is my favorite - I can just see it in your words. Thank you.
Lovely contrast of colors in the second haiku. I really like that image.
Really like the first. I can just almost see them flying back up at the last second ... :-)
these are both excellent - such movement!
Perfect little portraits. The second one is so visual!
Sounds and colors - nice combination - enjoyable read!
I love the immediacy and vividness of these, and the colours!!Thanks for the tip about the hawkmoth, I will definitely investigate.
I like them both. Well written. :)
These have a very good tone, the words connect well with each other, making it very pleasurablt to read. I like that in writing. The colour contrast in the last one is very strong.
Lots of movement in nature. Nice!
Love them both... I like the sound of the words "swallows" and "swollen" in the first and the colors in the second. Nice contrasts too.
These paint beautiful word pictures - I loved them :)
These remind me of one of my favorite haiku poems:NightswimmingAlone but nervous,Fingers fumble the buttons.Freedom leaves her nude.
Nice. Haiku is the hardest. And you post so many intersting and beautiful things. McDonalds using chip fuel. Who knew it was possible? I know now. Because of you. Thank you. You're crafty. You're just my type.
Both are very nice. I enjoy the "sw" for the swallows and swollen. I can see those swallows in flight. And I'm with others re: the combination of the blue and brown in the second.
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