Haiku challenge: Breeze & Blow

For Ronovan’s weekly challenge.

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Scent in the breeze blows,

dog listens, sniffs the cold spring air—

fox passed here this night.

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Jane Dougherty

I used to do lots of things I didn't much enjoy. Now I am officially a writer. It's what I always wanted to be.

13 thoughts on “Haiku challenge: Breeze & Blow”

    1. Finbar was going crazy with the number of times a fox roamed around the house. One had a midnight snack on the veranda, another had the hens (and the cock) across the valley shrieking at two in the morning. We hear them barking, see the prints and the bodies, but haven’t seen any in the flesh yet.

      1. Wow! Did you have your cats with you, too?
        Chances are there are foxes about here, but none that I’ve seen or heard about. I saw a mother with her babies in den by the river once.

      2. We wouldn’t take the cats on a trip as they wouldn’t like it and the little one would get lost. The people round about keep their cats indoors at night otherwise the foxes get them. We’ll have to find a solution to that one.

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