Renhai Reflections 156: Come & Gone

Come & Gone

A Renhai by Vaughn Seward (Solo)

Seeds and husks
scattered below an empty
bird feeder.

Hanging morning ice fog —
tiny critter prints.

Post-brunch table —
left behind, an opened box
of animal crackers.

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Devika said...

Great signs of a friendly habitat :)

good sets Masago :)


Kristin Riggs said...

Love these. :) Tiny critter prints maake me smile...my little one would follow those anywhere to see who made them!

Kristin Riggs said...

Sorry...make. I CAN spell, I promise. :)

John McDonald said...

another goody

Gillena Cox said...

made me smile; the humour in V3

much love

Irene said...

Nice as always! HAPPY NEW YEAR! :)

Devika said...

Wish you and all in the family, including your co-writers here a Very Happy New Year, Masago :)


Pamela said...

good stuff today!

RBroeker said...

First thought was: oh, an nature-thing this time, very rare at this place. Then I found the human traces. And they tell me more about modern times then many modern poems do. Good one.

And I would like to wish you a happy new year as well!

Best wishes

Masago said...

Thank you all for your warm comments... and a Happy New Year to all.

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