Egrets Sarah Nature, Poems Aug 22, 2018Aug 22, 2018 Unexpected flashes of white Egrets flapping homewards across clouds full of rain Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedbirdsCumbriaegretshaikuLake DistrictMorecambe BayNaturenature poetrypoempoetry Published Aug 22, 2018Aug 22, 2018
4 thoughts on “Egrets”
Delighted to have found you, Sarah, because you somehow found me! 🙂
I have stopped working (!!!) to read three poems here. This is beautiful work. Thank you.
Oh, and I want to live where you live! Hedgehogs! 😉
I found you through the magic of WordPress reader! Glad I gave you a reason to stop working 😉. Hedgehogs…they are cute, they do live around here but zip only see them occassionally. Always a treat to see them.
Missed this note. I think I said this somewhere else already, but I do tend to want to live where you live (!!!) when I read your wonderful work. 😉
Hi Riba, I do live in a gorgeous place! Thanks so much for your lovely comment about my work. Its always nice to know that someone enjoys my writing x
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