Monday, 11 February 2008

haiku

two blue tits
check out a new nest box -
first crocuses bloom.


love for One Deep Breath

18 comments:

Selma said...

The blue tits you have linked to are just adorable. When you see a little bird like that you just feel full of wonder and joy that he exists. Gorgeous haiku!

watermaid said...

It's so lovely to have the bulbs and birdsong along with the sun. Lovely haiku too.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Watermaid - thanks!

Selma - blue tits are adorable, you're right. We're lucky to have so many lovely birds here

Brian said...

I do miss the crocus, the tulip, the daffodil. Living in Florida, it never gets cold enough for those flowers.

Sandy Carlson said...

There seems to be a contingency to all life, all joy. This is wonderful. God bless.
Writing in Faith: Poems

spacedlaw said...

Sprintime in our hearts (and in those of the blue tits).

tumblewords said...

crocus, it is - love 'ku for true!

polona said...

spring is in the air :)
so lovely!

Krissie said...
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Krissie said...

lol...what I meant to say was:aah, spring in the air = all things love - lovely 'ku!

qualcosa di bello said...

love is in the air! a perfect anticipating spring 'ku!

Patois said...

Gorgeous, indeed. So evocative.

LittleWing said...

beautiful imagery..the sound of birds and the sight of crocus... spring is already here... that's what i love to hear in the early morning and when i see the crocus thru the snow i am excited to start digging in the garden...

Quiet Paths said...

Yes, to all things lovely. Very nice.

UL said...

beautiful haiku here, very nice one on love.

Andrée said...

You helped me remember that excitement of seeing the birds return and especially of seeing the nesting. Love that feeling! Thank you. My One Deep Breath is here.

Mimey said...

now I love to see the cheeky crocuses peeping through the soil, but I can't help finding it a bit sinister. They surely shouldn't be here yet! This'll be the part where I start fretting about global warming.

Crafty Green Poet said...

mimey - you're right, it is too early....