Posts Tagged ‘ crow ’

Donna Fleischer ∞ two poems in Solitary Plover issue 27 Winter 2018

down
pour

my furious heart

*

the crow
first to rise, its
silent aubade

o dark,
dark nature

of light

 

Donna Fleischer

Solitary Plover Issue 27 Winter 2018

Robert D. Wilson’s Painting – Haiku Commentary

not now, crow …
the wind’s painting
canyon walls

© Robert D. Wilson
Under the Basho 2016

 

Source: Robert D. Wilson’s Painting – Haiku Commentary

Mount Eerie – Emptiness pt. 2 (A Crow Looked At Me) – YouTube

Joshua Klein: A thought experiment on the intelligence of crows | TED Talk | TED.com

Upending What We Understand So as to Get to Wonder: ‘Erratic Facts’ by Kay Ryan – ZYZZYVA

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“The things we know / cannot be applied,” begins a poem in Kay Ryan’s new poetry collection, Erratic Facts (Grove Press, 64 pages), the first release since

Source: Upending What We Understand So as to Get to Wonder: ‘Erratic Facts’ by Kay Ryan – ZYZZYVA

Issa’s Untidy Hut: Goran Gatalica & Olivier Schofer: Wednesday Haiku, #212

Photo of a Jackdaw (member of the Crow family)  by Jyrki Salmi
 


the Blue crow
brings morning silence
with its wings

– Goran Gatalica

Issa’s Untidy Hut: Goran Gatalica & Olivier Schofer: Wednesday Haiku, #212.

The girl who gets gifts from birds – BBC News.

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