One Single Impression: Elusive





From August 12, 2011
Elusive white cranes and blue
Cry
 When the osprey
Glides through their silence,
Stopping
The hunt, or trading
One for the other
Before returning to a hungry nest

One Single Impression

Comments

  1. from hot scarlet - to Zen bird,
    you take us deep and healing places.

    Thank you, Sandy for your authentic friendship and support.


    Warm Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

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  2. so beautiful!

    you're inspire me!!

    hope your weekend is going well.

    xo

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  3. Ahhh! Mysterious and elegant, as are your words.
    Beautiful
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  4. Mysticism in flight. Excellent.

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  5. love the phrase glides through their silence...wow!

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  6. nice images, also like 'glides through their silence' very much.

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  7. Anonymous3:17 PM

    elegant...yes....love the pic..!!

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  8. Lovely. They are indeed elusive..

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  9. This poem haunts me, as I'm sure the empty nest haunts the osprey.


    A haibun, Honey for My Soul

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  10. Beautiful! You find always perfect illustrations for your wise words! Or perhaps it is the other way around!

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  11. Your poem is as elegant as the crane you write of!

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  12. It's always a treat to watch these birds isn't it? I never get tired. :)

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  13. magnificent birds! we also have them around the lake, they never cease to amaze me with their elegance and... hunting skills :)

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  14. It must be fun watching Great Egrets and Great Blue Herons gathering food to take to their young. I really like your poem.

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  15. beautiful Sandy...so beautiful.

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  16. The first two lines are so breathtaking. A wonderful read Sandy.

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  17. Beautiful poem and photo, Sandy!

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  18. Brings me back to my white crane and blue heron watching, Sandy. Very nice.

    The osprey and the hawk should stay away but Mother Nature tells them to hunt.
    ..

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