Posts Tagged ‘ nest ’

The Sparrow’s Nest read by Paul Conneally | Burn The Water

British poet Paul Conneally (aka Little Onion) reads The Sparrow’s Nest by William Wordsworth in Burleigh Wood (The Bluebell Woods) on the outskirts of Loughborough in the heart of England. . . .

Source: The Sparrow’s Nest read by Paul Conneally | Burn The Water

Scientists Discover Colorful Bees Nests Made from Flower Petals

Known as Osmia avosetta, these typically solitary bees can’t rely on the support of other worker bees to safeguard their young. Instead, the female insects have taken it upon themselves to craft colorful bees nests from flower petals.

Source: Scientists Discover Colorful Bees Nests Made from Flower Petals

Issa’s Untidy Hut: alter-world: old pajamas

when will it become
a cricket’s nest?
my white hair

Issa
trans. by David G. Lanoue

Issa’s Untidy Hut: alter-world: old pajamas.

Google’s Nest acquisition will speed along the smart grid – Quartz

Google’s Nest acquisition will speed along the smart grid – Quartz.

Live! Red-tailed Hawk Nest at Cornell University, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

The most common hawk in North America, red-tails can often be seen atop utility poles and other lofty perches, on the lookout for potential prey. Photograph by Rich Reid

Live! Red-tailed Hawk Nest at Cornell University, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

The PIP (Project for Innovative Poetry) Blog: Ingeborg Bachmann

 

 

The PIP (Project for Innovative Poetry) Blog: Ingeborg Bachmann.

apple blossom haiga by Bette Wappner and Merrill Gonzales

photograph by Bette Wappner, haiku by Merrill Gonzales

~ don’t miss the fourth robin checking out the camera perhaps?  

filling

with Spring light

an abandoned nest

~ Donna Fleischer

in , 2009