Tuesday, March 14, 2017

#SOL17: Weather Report

Winter Birds (M.A. Reilly, Ringwood, NJ 2015)

Through weak sunlight,
the riotous call of birds 
forecasts coming snow.

15 comments:

  1. Hi Maryanne! I, too, wrote some winter haiku today. I love your haiku and think the photo is beautiful.

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    1. I read you series of haikus, Barbara. Lovely.

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  2. When I wished for no more snow a week ago, I didn't will it to hammer the east coast and threaten my travel plans.

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    1. Oh, so this 2 feet of snow outside is your fault? LOL!

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  3. Lovely! I like the image of the riotous call of birds forecasting the snow. Also, beautiful photo!

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    1. It was a good storm. I think it may have started up again.

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  5. Spring is coming....
    Bonnie

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    1. Yes it is. We just need to repeat that. Often.

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  6. Both beautiful, Mary Ann. Birds tell us a lot if we listen.

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    1. I agree. Five years ago I wrote about the sounds of birds beyond the window one May morning. Your comment reminded me of it. Here's a link if you have time. http://maryannreilly.blogspot.com/2012/05/barefoot-knowledge-and-few-birds.html

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  7. It's sleeting now - I hope those birds are sheltering. Stay safe, Mary Ann.

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    1. They were in the bushes and trees on our lawn earlier today.

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  8. Bingo! May I capture your poem and photo for my winter gallery. The combination is beautiful. Great Weather Report!

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