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Anthology of haiku

Canadian geese black cheeked... brown... white tipped feathers stormy ocean waves barnacle geese hibernate as barnacles for some... once a thought starlings murmurate whispers of countless wings safty in numbers hark a bittern booms invites new life to explode sedges obliging quack... quack... quack quack... quack... mallard ducks enjoying life frustrated angler coconut... blue tit symbiotic winter pairs autumn time... fresh pares a bee... wasp mimics flower flies... a hummingbird natures macro bling ostriches... big birds they'll disappear if threatened M of P mimics

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Date: 4/19/2018 8:00:00 AM
Another great anthology Mick, love the quack one. Tom.
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Mick Talbot
Date: 4/19/2018 1:29:00 PM
Thanks, Tom. You not being an angler, would probably never imagine the quacking as laughter, but when you've been sitting on your basket for an hour or two and not had a bite it certainly feels like there mocking you. You start thinking silly thoughts, like what do they know that I don't. Or, mmm, haven't had roast duck for awhile... Haha... Mick