Saturday, 16 March 2013

Tsubame

At last they arrive
Heralding summer warmth
Making home with us

Repairing with mud
Prepared for their arrivals
Expectant parents

We wait as they wait
We celebrate together
New life emerges

Each morning now breaks
With cheeps of hungry mouths
Parents so busy

We give our gifts
Nuts, seeds, fat and fruit
Our thanks for them

Xxxxx

Linked up at carpe diem.  My gran's home had swallows visit for decades and it was always exciting to see them arrive.

8 comments:

Adriana Dascalu said...

beautiful take! great set today!

Maliny, said...

Each set is brilliant :) It takes great effort to weave a whole story through haiku . Brillianty done !

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Amongst those gifts were there every any grubs or flies? :)

Swallows Haiku

Mama Zen said...

This is lovely!

WabiSabi said...

An amazing set to honor an amazing bird!

joanne said...

how absolutely wonderful...

Brudberg said...

A wonderful story of the swallows struggle...

Maggie said...

All wonderful! You were very inspired.