Haiku Part 3: Prey

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Haiku Part 3: Prey

They can feel the air
Morning becomes a new day
One that all can share

In the open space
Animals live vibrantly
Moving with the pace

Despite many wise
They look right through him
Too enamored by the skies

Inconspicuous
Roving through the field
There, the hunter lies

Salivating prey
Cautiously inching ahead
Approaching his prize

He chooses the weak
Ready to consume his catch
Amid wailing cries

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sandyb commented on Haiku Part 3: Prey

12-24-2009

I really liked this one. Sometimes I feel the weak prey, and sometimes I feel like the hunter. Another great one.

WordSlinger commented on Haiku Part 3: Prey

12-21-2009

This is really good, I'm impressed, awesome, :) WS

Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

Kaiprin’s Poems (43)

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Forsaken 0
Hatred’s Plea 3
Insanity's Fire 1
Walking in Circles, Waiting for Yesterday's Kiss 1
What Words Couldn't Say 7
Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y]) 3
Clarity Haiku 3
Forsaken Haiku 4
Why Should We Try? Haiku 1
The Evening News Haiku 1
Goodbye 1
Late At Night 2
American Ido( l / n't ) 3
Haiku Tangent: What Does It Really Mean? 2
When It's Over 2
Haiku Part 5: The Ghuzal Tragedy 3
Haiku Part 4: Appeal 1
Haiku Part 3: Prey 2
Haiku Part 2: Regrets 7
Haiku Part 1: Safe and Warm 8
Visions of Me In California 3
The Other Side of Me 3
Raindrops on My Piano 2
Look Through Me 2
Any Other Way 1
Changing Chance 1
As I Am 1
Apart 3
The Weekend Sand 2
Why Worry 2
As I Lie Here 3
Broken 3
Two 1
Here To Stay 1
She Won't 2
Slow Down Mister Steep 1
Unwanted Progress 2
Who's That Lady 3
Begin Again 0
Quitting Again 1
Hardly Hidden 0
Facing the Truth 1
Moving On 4