Tag Archives: Deer

Your Glance

every morning

as the blinds go up

my eyes search

for your quietude of presence

you alone glance back

 

Haiku by Carmen Sterba, Photo by Lyle Russell

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Not Black and White

Passing by the old Cedars, we see half black and white feathers scattered on the ground. Inspecting them, we identify that they belong to a Mourning Dove. Wondering what kind of animal would attack like this, we consider a cat or a Raccoon. It could not have been one of our neighbors, the Mule Deer since they are Vegetarians. The unknown question is why couldn’t it fly away? The family of Mourning Doves has vacated our field for good.

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wayward wind

as usual the dove

coos true

 

 

Haibun (prose and haiku) and Photo by Carmen Sterba