Contest Vote For nature haiku
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|11 votes||haiku (autumn leaves) by Mystic Angel 7777|
|8 votes||haiku (Florida finch) by michaelcahill|
|7 votes||haiku - different species meet by Ogden|
|5 votes||haiku (loss of habitat) by rjuselius|
|4 votes||haiku (sparrow) by Val Crisson|
|3 votes||Haiku(winter's sunset rays) by zanya|
|2 votes||Winter Storm by Lulube|
Comments For haiku (autumn leaves) by Mystic Angel 7777
Outstanding haiku, well written.
like the imagery and metaphor of afghan blanket
I just loved the visual imagery of this one. It feels comforting. xx
Comments For haiku (Florida finch) by michaelcahill
Knockout conclusion following vivid image.
Perhaps more impactful than any impassioned op-ed. The image says it all.
Comments For haiku (loss of habitat) by rjuselius
There were so many good entries.This one was exceptionally clever with a play on words.
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