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Premium Member Le Courlis poussa des cris Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Curlew cried by T Wignesan
...Le Courlis poussa des cris -Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Curlew Cried by T Wignesan (Note d’Oodgeroo : Le courlis fut le frère d’aborigènes. Il venait trois nuits de suite......Read More
Categories: curlew, bereavement, loss,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Premium Member Sand dune lagoon
...up with sediment, weed, detritus and muck. This little lagoon among the dunes is mecca for migratory birds. The curlew and buff-breasted sandpiper, The long-toed stint, pied oyster catcher and little tern. These vulnerable birds d......Read More
Categories: curlew, bird, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Meeting
...romise. ‘Chuck, chuck, chuck, ' a gecko wished; a bat dropped an oozing mango and flapped from the backyard; a curlew screamed a welcome note; a door creaked open, and they shadowed the moon. Robert Browning's "Mee......Read More
Categories: curlew, beauty, love, moon, nature,
Form: Free verse
Vrishchika Wind
...ntinuous wind in some parts of Kerala Ochkhi – name of a cyclone First published in The Curlew ......Read More
Categories: curlew, wind,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Curlew
...The curlew’s trademark, long down curved bill Delves deep in mud, belly to fill Heath and moorland breeding ground ......Read More
Categories: curlew, bird, nature,
Form: Nonet



A HAIKU ANTHOLOGY
...s on the low tide flats mud their larder mud their larder waders on the low tide flats their probing beaks the curlew calling otters on a lake's shoreline the moors... life thriving the moors... life thriving otters on a lake......Read More
Categories: curlew, nature,
Form: Haiku
As if to remind me
...As if To remind me Of past sorrows, The plaintive cry of a curlew In the distance. W.A. CHOLT . COPYRIGHT Fergal O Reilly. 2017.......Read More
Categories: curlew, introspection, sorrow,
Form: Tanka
Birdwatcher
...en Ornithologist, Is an interest, I profoundly pursue. With the upmost of dedication, To Black Tern & Long Billed Curlew. Never a Twitcher, or just an obsession, Binoculars on hand to observe. Redstart & Greenfinch, also Reed......Read More
Categories: curlew, beach, bird, garden, imagery,
Form: Light Verse
An Eternity II
... Where none but stiff blast and Continous drone, Warbling chants from drifting curlew, Muffled and alarmed bleats from Scattered flocks of confused and Wandering sheep - ......Read More
Categories: curlew, betrayal, , memorial,
Form: Rhyme
The narcissist
...Me a bush stone curlew, And this is my fond view— There's none whoso like me In all space, land and sea, An if one does exist, Bird......Read More
Categories: curlew, bird, humor, image, mirror,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Le Courlis poussa des cris -Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Curlew Cried by T Wignesan
...Le courlis poussa des cris – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s « The Curlew Cried » by T. Wignesan (Note d’Oodgeroo : Le courlis fut le frère d’aborigènes. Il venait trois nuits de suite......Read More
Categories: curlew, best friend, death, heaven,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member WILD LIFE words
...too- Porcelain fungus purple emperor quaking grass skylark bush cricket curlew- Dowy emerald bluebell wild service tree Gentian corncockle widgeon chal......Read More
Categories: curlew, bereavement, nature,
Form: Free verse
Lost
...ggers into the skin, leaving bones and joints to succumb to the maddening icy grip of winter’s callous fists. Even the Curlew, who, usually undaunted by such torrid tempest, seek shelter among the rocks and crevices that dot the sea, batte......Read More
Categories: curlew, adventure, child, fear,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Not So Original Monoku Challenge
...The long billed curlew is frightened by something, he's ready to take flight.......Read More
Categories: curlew, bird, fear, senses,
Form: Monoku
Recollections from the golden Cree I
...out of sight Skylarks Singing trilly inside blue dusks and above Thinning strands of wispy-pink dawns. The whauping Curlew warbled when stalling In drifting flight; Burbling pied Oyster-Catchers, Resplendent in orange gaiters, Pipi......Read More
Categories: curlew, growing up,
Form: Rhyme

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