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  • Borut Jan 4, 2009 @ 16:38

    It may well be true
    That hawks don’t care for haiku –
    Too spiritual!?:)

    P.s. Hawks or haiku, or both?!:)

  • Ken Wagner Jan 4, 2009 @ 19:18

    Even 17 syllables is too long, for a hawk!

  • Ken Wagner Jan 4, 2009 @ 22:02

    Was –
    The hawk
    turns as the squirrels
    bicker.

    Changed “turns” to “circles back” in line 2

  • Borut Jan 5, 2009 @ 3:32

    For hawks of haiku
    the seventeen syllables
    is a true bird-cage!?:)

  • gautami tripathy Jan 5, 2009 @ 5:49

    Circles back works better.

    BTW, the hawks in the human world too don’t care for haiku. For that matter any kind if poetry. Maybe they should…

  • harps Jan 5, 2009 @ 8:08

    like it

  • Ken Wagner Jan 5, 2009 @ 19:48

    Borut – Clever image. May your cage door remain ajar!

    gautami tripathy – Thank you for the feedback. I am trying to improve in my practice. If you ever have a suggestion, please share.

    I agree that poetry has its place amongst the hawks. Poetry can soar or scurry. We choose.

    harps Thanks! – again and again!

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