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Sunday, 4 November 2012





         frantic moment...
         swan & gulls squabble
         over a slice of bread

11 comments:

Bill said...

Which side are you on?

Sunday in the park
a sparrow snatches a crumb
from a cardinal

Frank... said...

I'm on no side, just a spectator in the wonderment of nature. I guess it's the survival of the fittest or the most cunning, never quite sure. Very nice haiku, Bill...

Magyar said...

__Special, watching the wild-ones support their survival; in the wild 'tis not theft, but the pursuit of subsistence. One of mine... many springs ago.

the robin
tugs this caving earth worm
a cat creeps

Needn't post this comment, Frank, it's too long. ;<)

Magyar said...

Love that... surge for survival, Frank! _m

Frank... said...

Thanks for both your comments, much appreciated. I like your haiku a lot...

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Hi Frank, Thanks for stopping by my garden blog. I post my poetry here http://artsyendeavors.blogspot.com/

Love this haiku and the photos. The swans must have had something the gulls wanted to eat. Fun to see UK birds.

Gillena Cox said...

enjoyed the progression of photos; the haiku wraps things up nicely


much love...

Frank... said...

Thanks for your visit, Lisa...

Frank... said...

Thanks for your visit, Gillena...

Lorraine said...

Fight of the fittest or a good move of generosity, it's a dance, and I love it, I'd like to think they are generous with one another

Frank... said...

Thanks for your visit, Lorraine. I too like to think that they are generous with one another...