A plague of gracklestake flight in blue Texas sky-amid raucous cries
cold pearled moon rising-gleaming in black winged crow skypinpricks of bright light Frank J. Tassone Haikai Challenge No. 171- Cold Moon/New Year’s Eve/ New Year’s Day
a murder of crowslittering brilliant white snow–near her small footprints Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge: No. 203
“I feel as if I had opened a book and found roses of yesterday sweet and fragrant, between its leaves.” ― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of the Island sweet honey perfumeruffled apricot petals-scattered on cold ground Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge: No.205 Poet’s Choice
threatening grey skies-hushed breath of cold wind rattlingashen leaves of fall Ronovan Writes Weekly #Haiku Challenge 130 Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge No 201
black crows on stone crossgazing up at pebble grey skylooking for raindrops
burnished copper leaves-swans pause in meditationplacid reflection Author’s Note: Written for Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge No.199#Photo Challenge.