oh Annie this is gorgeous! I can just see it as a piece of 'art' - a birdie collage with the words written somewhere. I love your haiku - it touches a spot xo
your words really seem to capture the birds personality!
Oh, I Love this post Annie!!! I am so into birdies this year, use them in my art all the time. And the poem was beautiful too!xoxoxooxox
Beautiful haiku and the picture is amazing.
Love the "heart tugged" it is also very well illustrated by the picture.
Beautiful, Annie. Is this a plover?BTW, the little train was in Fort Worth, Texas, not Fort Wayne, Indiana.Love ya, girl!
precious little bird....:-)
Sioux - yes, this is a snowy plover. I fell in love with these little birds while in Oregon.Fort Worth vs. Fort WayneI'm so bad. Just goes to show, we see what we want to see. LOL
You just want to cuddle him. Lovely.
I love the photo and the haiku is a perfect description. Very nice!
I have about 30 birds, cocktiels, lovebirds, finches, parakeets, canaries red and yellow.I love birds!
Yes, that puffy little bird really tugs at one's affection.
What a sweet photo and haiku! I love the line "inconspicuous but brave" -- that is really beautiful!:)
I adore plovers. We have a type which inhabits the shores of high mountain lakes in the summer. You've captured it so well in your poem.
This is a new bird for me, and I love it! Your poem expresses exactly what it looks like.
He (or she!) is darling - I'm in love :)Perfect haiku to describe this little one.
The bird is cuddly and the haiku appreciative. Great combo!
Your Haiku's are always so deep and meaningful...you have a special gift.XOXO
Sigh .... *!*
Consider my heart tugged!!
Precious! My heart has been touched :)
Wonderful!Thanks so much for stopping by! Love that sight... thanks for the suggestion!
A lovely photo and poem! Adorable little bird. xo
Now that's an adorable bird in that picture. Nice poem to go along with it.
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