Dulcet organ tones, Bear gentle choral voices, Chanting Agnus Dei.
Haiku in New Ventures.
Discarded feathers, a sign that the family are growing and going.
[how many syllables is that?]
Indeed, Ann. Hugs! 🙂
Discarded feathers, (5)
A sign that the family. (7)
Are growing and going. (6)
Not quite the 5/7/5 of traditional Haiku. 😳
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Oh I am anything but traditional, lol.
Oh yes and so moving….hope you have enjoyed a lovely weekend. Janet,xxx
Thanks Janet…Yes! Had a good week-end. Hope yours went well, too. Hugs! xx
And all the trumpets sounded … :wave:
Indeed….You would know!!!! Hugs! ❤
I do like Haiku
Great little pasttime…;)
That is quite poignant and right family are growing and moving on as they should I have to admit I cried when my children left home 😦 but they have given me lovely grandchildren in exchange 🙂
Yes! Never easy when family ‘moves on’….but we are left with profound, enduring memories. 😉 Hugs!
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