2007-06-15

1054. Drifting off

I try to snooze
but a crow caws...
and caws.

10 comments:

Masago said...

1054. Drifting off

I try snoozing
but a crow caws...
and caws.

1053: Without.

[I took a snooze one Sunday afternoon not long ago. I nicely drifted off when all of a sudden I heard the sound of big old crow outside the window: "Caw, caw". Then it was quiet for awhile. But then again, as I fell asleep, it cawed again. This continued for over half an hour until a second crow joined in, "Caw, caw", "Caw caw"...]

Dana-Maria Onica said...

It is such a pity we do not understand the crows' language! I'm sure it wished you "sweet dreams" :)

Pamela said...

baby was hungry!

Borut said...

This is strange, an omen of sorts!?:) Reminds me of Magiceye's 'crow on the fence'!?:)Listening to the words of the free!?:)

John McDonald said...

enjoyed
john

polona said...

ah, crows...:)
but it's mostly magpies that don't let me sleep here...

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

good one :)

Masago said...

Andrew: Thanks!

Bill said...

the crow that woke me . . .
now where has it taken
its caws

Masago said...

Bill: This is simply brilliant! Thanks, my friend.