on wings of spring



paddling of ducks

mallard hatchlings learn to swim

fresh pack of quackers


plump covey of quail

rippling waves of prairie grass

breast speckled feathers


homing honks echo

a skein of canada geese

unravels the sky



Linking to dVerse poetics prompt…

22 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. katiemiafrederick
    Apr 06, 2016 @ 16:09:56

    Ah.. birds
    hOld the
    of liFe..
    with gravity..
    and trUly hUmans
    frEE WiLL do this too..
    invisible from prey and
    predator.. human flys land..:)


  2. mishunderstood
    Mar 24, 2016 @ 22:07:55

    I love this, Lynn…especially the grand finale of geese at the end. 🙂


  3. writersdream9
    Mar 24, 2016 @ 07:07:28

    I love the way you described each bird’s ways and homes! Wonderful!


  4. Glenn Buttkus
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 22:14:54

    Three fun haikus, a trilogy Asian response; cool. Each one, as they should, could stand alone, but your avian thread works well. I dig the second haiku the most.


  5. othermary
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 16:56:59

    Lovely Haikus. The last one is my favorite.


  6. annell4
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 09:47:01

    I loved your haikus!


  7. Mary
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 09:32:51

    Lovely imagery here, Lynn!


  8. Sanaa Rizvi
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 08:59:10

    plump covey of quail
    rippling waves of prairie grass

    Exquisite write ❤


  9. kaykuala (@hankkaykuala)
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 07:59:47

    Somehow they get along together to eat and play! Rightly so lynn!



  10. Grace
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 07:06:03

    On wings of spring….I am looking forward to seeing those new baby birds and all kinds of creatures unraveling the sky ~ Well done Lynn ~


  11. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Mar 23, 2016 @ 00:46:38

    Love the ducklings and the unraveled sky.


  12. Bodhirose
    Mar 22, 2016 @ 22:12:51

    “Fresh pack of quackers”…charming, Lynn, and a beautiful last stanza. Love your title too. 🙂


  13. whimsygizmo
    Mar 22, 2016 @ 22:12:42

    “Fresh pack of quackers” is fantastic. And I LOVE “unravel they sky.”


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