Erin Davis lives and writes in Spokane, Washington.
oh I love this, yes it does seem like impossible song doesn't it?
I love the idea of winter ears struggling with the new sounds.
I think you have chosen the perfect form for your subject matter, Erin!
How nice these two haiku stanzas work together. I love "winter ears."
We have forgotten how to listen to the nature's song..moon eats sugar puffs
"...my winter ears stretch..." I love that part.Amazing poem. I love nature references, but can never seem to make them work. I'm jealous!
This is a gem. I love the image of winter ears stretching and yawning. And the rhyme and rhythm flows carries it along elegantly. I remembered kayaking on the Spokane R. as a teen. It was beautiful.
nicely done...i think i had a frog in my poem today also
Nature's song. Love this.
Each of us hears different meanings in the same sounds.