A Haiku Flurry


to  walk the ways
down springtime country lanes
singing natures praise
life on the wing
migrants spring endeavours
returning artic terns
swallows summer joy
twittering two thousand miles
tweeting supremo’s
spring wind blows snow no
nature can still confound life
climate warming’s real
realisation life
moon aliens discovered
the man in the moon
necks broken looking
waiting for the next full moon
its science fiction
the gate to life
a springtime gesture inviting
partake create
leprechauns look out
tis soon Saint Patricks day
display the shamrock
time nearly done
half past the hour one
bed feeling lonely
Mick E Talbot


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