Spring Dance

a pair of cardinals

in my garden – in spring dance

they zip here, fly there

pecking at freshly tilled soil

a cold and windy spring day

Pat

4/20/22

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt “Zip & Fly”. To participate or just read go here

Dusk

on nearing daybreak

night eases to a halt

day moon takes its place

readying for dusk

the sleepy eyes of dawn

which comes with its own demands

Pat

4/20/22

For Eugi’s prompt where the word is “dusk”

Sorry for being so late Eugi🙂

To participate or just read go here

Hope

bare branches

go on to bear fruit –

hope of spring

Pat

4/12/22

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt is ‘ bare & fruit’

https://ronovanwrites.com/2022/04/11/ronovan-writes-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-405-bare-and-fruit/

Holding On

Last evening while the setting sun was writing its own story cantankerous clouds to the right were leaving deep smudges in the evening skies.

The bird songs outside my window were unrelenting, piercing the roar of the harsh spring winds. Even the delicate cherry blossoms are standing up to this latest rage.

It seems we are all to discover what we are made of. In the end, we are all just holding on.

the ire of spring

that will not be placated –

belligerent storms

Pat

4/03/22

For Haibun Monday over at dVerse who is hosting with a theme of “Cherry Blossoms”. To view other entries go here

Also linking to Tanka Tuesday over at Colleen where the prompt is to take a photo from your day and write a poem in relation to it. To see other entries go here