Haiku: Birds Among Flowers

The natural melodies of birdsong always gives me a thrill.
From dawn to dusk I listen for the skylark singing as it doth soar.
The blackbird singing with notes so pure, all my life I could endure. The little wren with its built in amplifier, its song so loud and very charming, ere some might think it a bit alarming.. The cooing of the turtledove, proclaiming to all its love for life. Now its dusk the nightingale sings, invoking in all a feeling of love. Just before I lay my head to rest an owl I hear twit to wooing, not long now and I’ll be snoozing. So good night, good day, may your tomorrows always be full of joy, natures sounds, and its colours, so many waiting to be discovered.

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We can hear the birds

singing among the flowers

nature’s peace envoys.

© Xenia Tran

Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge

Ronovan’s weekly Haiku Challenge 106: Sing & Flower

Photograph by Xenia Tran, unedited.

Camera: Lumix Panasonic FZ38, setting: iA.

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Author: Mick Talbot

Besotted with nature in all its wondrous formats.

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