Three Haiku About Flight: “Sunspot,” “Icarus,” and “Tailspin”
Beating sun-flecked wings
raise the swallow higher still
reaching for the sun.
from the dead to stand beside
A crow and a hawk,
locked in an aerial duel,
plummet toward the sea.
I decided to share more haiku after getting some nice comments on my last ones, which you should check out if you liked these three. These are three haiku about flight, but the first ones cover other natural territory.
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