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cool, Juliet :-))i must confess that since Kevin McNeil gave us a series of workshops, have developed a critical eye over this unoique form of verse and i like this one very much :))
that black cat is thinking it's lunchtime. great haiku.
Like the contrast between the quiet cat and noisy birds - a lovely image you present here Juliet.
Finches and cat stretches here!
I can hear the echos...
I love bird haiku. Here's one of mine on the current August page of The 2010 Haiku Calendar, Snapshot Press.yellowing fieldshovering not hoveringthe nankeen kestrels1.Snapshot Calendar 2010 ISBN 978-1-903543-27-62.Haiku Dreaming 3. "sundog haiku journal: an australian year"sunfast press 1997 reprinted 1998 4. California State Library - Main Catalog Call Number : HAIKU S852su 1997all my very bestAlan2010 With Words Haiku Competition: weblink.
I have a regular black cat visitor to my garden. This morning when I opened the curtains at 6.45 am it was curled up asleep in a border. I wonder if it had been there all night? Don't cats feel the cold? x
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