Evening

 
 
 


midsummer evening—
 
how long the wing of the crow
 
how brief the wrensong

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18 comments on “Evening

  1. J C says:

    Awesome imagery your words weave!

  2. Cathy says:

    As the sun sinks sooner each evening your words are beautiful to ponder.

  3. Nonnie USA says:

    sometimes none at all, as this morning when I sat on my deck for prayer time. still time spent outdoors was lovely.

  4. Lea says:

    Somewhere between the shadow and song lies the truth of this all…

  5. Oliana says:

    Ah gee!! that is so beautiful…the big fat wing of the crow muffles the wren song 😉

  6. gemma says:

    Oh if only we could know all things such as these.

  7. […] midsummer evening— how long the wing of the crow how brief the wrensong © Mark M. Redfearn […]

  8. gillena says:

    lovely awareness, lovely contrasts

    much love…

  9. rebecca says:

    a wing and a song
    the way you bookend my soul
    haiku library

  10. janicead says:

    What a great take in a slightly different direction!

  11. O so classical ,Mark !

  12. Delightful haiku ~ ‘twists the mind to feel’ ~

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

  13. Jen says:

    Great take, Mark —

  14. Bastet says:

    Lovely … beautifully done!

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