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I really like this one, Juliet. My husband said he saw over 100 crows in a tree outside his office yesterday. He said it reminded him of the balls on the ends of brush-bristles. Ooh! I wish he'd had a camera!I've just posted one featuring doves.
The images crow cloud image is so clearly in my head. Glad you stopped by my old blog (now used for photography). I am here now.
This is beautiful indeed.
I was just thinking of a crow poem, but was going to get murder in there somewhere. I like this one.And those trees on your header are gorgeous.
A wonderful haiku, Juliet. Well done! I quite like your haiku!
Oh wow, I love this. So evocative -- "cloud of crows" and "skeleton trees"; speaking of which, I love your new blog header. It's gorgeous!
Natural and a bit sinister.
I like this haiku. I really enjoy seeing the dark trees against the winter sky.
I love that. What an amazing visual it provides. I'll never see a flock of crows (well, we have grackles, not crows, but, you know) the same way.Jennifer
Another fine Haiku, Juliet. Love the professional feel of your latest blogskin-style.
I'm always a sucker for a crow haiku and anything to do with railways. ;-)a hand's width of crowsthe crookedness of brancheszigzagging frostAlan SummersAlan’s Area 17 blog.
I really like this one, too, Juliet! Especially combined with the new header photo of skeleton trees. Trees, a somber sky and crows - three of my favorite things.
Good one Juliet. I love the words 'skeleton' and 'cloud' both specific and striking.
love those treesmuch lovegillena
Beautiful image. I love the cloud of crows on the last line. It makes me feel as if I'm rising with them.
a wonderful haiku and yes, it does fit in well with your header photo~!~i've been expereimenting around with haiku a bit myself lately and am finding it quite addicting~!~:)libbyQ
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