Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Departed: Haiku



V for victory
appears in black sky writing.
Autumnal take-off.


Thank you, fine poets inhabiting One Single Impression, for such brilliant and green-with-envy works each and every week.


[Photo courtesy HowStuffWorks.com.]

8 comments:

Tumblewords: said...

Nice! The sky-writing of geese is a nifty description.

Kathie Brown said...

Cute idea. I'd like to take wing with those geese myself!

Stillie said...

I absolutely love this. If nothing else, just because of the feelings it conjures up for me.

My city has itself all sprawled out across our once-majestic prairies and wetlands. The geese have nowhere to land, so they keep moving on. I never see them anymore.

Loch Rob said...

V for victory indeed. Nice photo and poetic idea.

Jocelyn said...

I LOVE this one--so clear and yet evocative.

SandyCarlson said...

Bring it on. Nature as victor is quite lovely.

Jukota said...

Geese certainly symbolize departure, not just birds leaving, but a season ending. Lovely!

Jim said...

This is a nice take on the prompt. For sure they have left big time.
Those birds are headed our way for the winter. Will we ever understand the migratory birds?
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