Haiku: Wildlife

Haiku: Wildlife

Source: photowall.co.uk
flourished the wildlife
a habitat camouflaged
from eyes of vultures

A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

Also read: Haiku: After the Sunset

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23 thoughts on “Haiku: Wildlife”

  1. Too good and complimented well by the captivating pic. Haiku is one of the poetry form that expresses so much in such a few words, the art which allude me even now. Great Work…keep flowing 🙂

  2. Too good and complimented well by the captivating pic. Haiku is one of the poetry form that expresses so much in such a few words, the art which allude me even now. Great Work…keep flowing 🙂

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