Tournesol is still tilling the soil dans un jardin; slowly planting a seed here and there, hoping to see poetry blossom...a labour of love.
This blog will host short form poetry such as Haiku, Tanka, Tilus, Lanturne, Shadorma, Senryû...
Difficult for me to get as can't relate ..but the tone if it tells it has to be something very interesting.. Well, I am here..http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2014/09/home-of-love-fairies-haiku.htmlRS
Yes, I suppose I could have added details. In the fall Canadian geese fly south for the winter and they fly in flocks forming a V with one goose leading the flock...whenever the wider part of the V slows down, the other geese alert the head to wait for them. It is really beautiful to see how they look out for each other...and the honking can be quite loud if the flock is larger:)
I love it! Canada geese have two homes. The north in the summer and south in the winter. We live in a rural area so we see and hear flocks and flocks of them during their migrations.
It is such a happy sound, isn't it? Thanks for visiting my blog.
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