Posts Tagged With: Birds

Haiku – 2/24/2017

Happy bird outside

As the sun unfolds today

You sing its praises

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Haiku – 2/22/2017

The birds are chirping

A bright cheerful springtime song

Warming up my day

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Haiku – 2/15/2017

Bright red cardinal

Standing on a naked branch

Rain falling softly

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Haiku – 1/29/2017

A calm still morning

Birds scratching for tiny worms

Singing happy songs

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Haiku – Winter’s Rain and Chill

Two birds on a limb

Huddled together for warmth

Hoping for the Spring

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Haiku – Winter Scavenger

Blue jay on a limb

Pecking at Summer’s remains

Hoping for some food

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Haiku – 12/10/2016

A bird’s morning song

In the cold light of grey dawn

Your tune warms the day

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Haiku – After

Storm clouds departing

Big red cardinal singing

Songs of happiness

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Haiku – Musical Family of Birds

Inside the green leaves

Cardinals happily sing

Hidden in their nest

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For more prompts like “Music” go here: Haiku Horizons

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Haiku – Singing Praises

Doves cooing outside

A song for the morning sun

Recently risen

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Haiku – 5/5/2016

Cool late spring morning

Rain clouds soaking up the blue

 Song birds take shelter

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Haiku – Falling Softly

A spring rain shower

Birds pecking at the moist ground

Hoping for a meal

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Haiku – 4/16/2016

Winter-chilled morning

Song birds prancing and dancing

Trying to stay warm

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Poem – Robin in Winter

Southern Destinations

Didn’t call you home

You’ll winter here

Until Spring returns

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I really don’t know if this poem is any good or not, probably not, but I kept seeing Robins in the yard and I just thought I would write a little something about them. I can’t believe that I am seeing them all ready. I thought this was a sure sign of Spring. I guess this new weather pattern has them confused as well. Anyway, hope you had a great New Year celebration and that you have a wonderful 2015. 

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Haiku – Morning Thoughts

Clear and bright sunrise

Blue tint on the horizon

Night gives way to dawn

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A bird hops and skips

Moving through the dew filled grass

Looking for a worm

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Haiku – Cardinal at Dusk

Pretty bird of day

Darkness is fast approaching

Time to hurry home

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Haiku – Birdy

Cardinal outside

My son’s eyes full and alive

Watching red feathers

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Haiku – Window View

Doves cooing outside

Sunlight crisp and orange bright

Warm May day ahead

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Haiku – Early

Morning birds chirping

Ringing in the warm May day

Happy for the spring

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Haiku – Birds

Chirping in the spring

Sweet symphony of warm days

Happily they sing

blue jay

The Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae, native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States and southern Canada, although western populations may be migratory. It breeds in both deciduous and coniferous forests, and is common near and in residential areas. It is predominately blue with a white chest and underparts, and a blue crest. It has a black, U-shaped collar around its neck and a black border behind the crest. Sexes are similar in size and plumage, and plumage does not vary throughout the year. Four subspecies of the Blue Jay are recognized.

via Blue Jay – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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