It’s funny how the world becomes a little bit more synchronistic this time of year. Maybe it’s just the seasonal magic that comes along to remind us that nothing–and everything–is new, depending on how you view life and love and, yes, haiku.
I had already written and contemplated posting another bird haiku (about chickadees) when yesterday, my friend, Melissa Allen of Red Dragonfly, left a wonderful one-line haiku about chickadees on her site. If you haven’t ever visited Melissa’s site, you should. It’s chock full of talent and inspiration, and, anyway, if you’re into chickadees, this way you get a two-fer. So what do you have to lose?
twilight dream . . .
the sparrows on bare branches
turn into chickadees