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Fifty-five wing beats
Hovering, feeding, living
In just one second.

Comments (7)


Stunning juxtaposition.

Doc Al:

Weight: ounce and a third
Yellow flower little bird
With wings that are blurred


Nice touch, Doc Al.

John Cox:

Het Doc

FOWL! There's no RHYMING in haiku. 'Tis blasphemy!

Still....pretty neat.


sweet little angel
she comes so sweet and softly
soon time slips away

Gold-lusting Pirate,

Restless, feasting hummingbird.

Birds of a feather.


Evergreen last home;
Crimson Breasts abound daily;
Will Look for them here!


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