Bird Mystery and PAD

Geese announce their departure
honk chorus
an autumn mystery

Today’s haiku takes in two different prompts.  “Birdie” comes from One Single Impression, my Sunday go to place for prompts.  Today, however, I discovered a new place thanks to viewing what others wrote about the OSI prompt.  The word “mystery” is from Haiku Heights, which posts a prompt on Saturday. 

 Hooray for prompts.

Today is Day 6 of a Poem a Day.  I am working on several which relate to my W-I-P and those are in my journal.  But I shared a poem HERE on Friday based on a prompt from Poetic Asides.

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9 Responses to Bird Mystery and PAD

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  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I love geese and their mysterious ways!

    Sunflower Mystery

  3. Autumn is just full of mysteries, isn’t it? Lovely haiku.

  4. Ruchi Jain says:

    the departure sign.. good work.

  5. Nicely done. A wonderfull autumn haiku.

  6. Ramesh Sood says:

    And how much you observe.. beautiful…

  7. The sound of geese honking their way south for the winter…brings back memories….nice haiku

  8. Morning says:

    this is cool.


  9. They are certainly mysterious, and beautiful in flight.

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