where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
June 7, 2015 § 28 Comments
the bluejay’s thoughts
answering unasked questions
Tagged: answers, bluejay, echo, heard thoughts, questions, rocks, shadow, statue, trees, woods
Beautiful. We get brown Jays here with blue under their wings, I saw one the other day. They are gorgeous x
Another iconic shot…no need to ask…the soul intuitively knows…lovely!
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Yet another beauty
Very nice indeed. There are bluejays at our feeder right now–although they’re squawking territorially, not asking questions that liven the forest! Still, they’re beautiful to see.
Totally describe the beauty of wildness.
great catch…sad to say I think a feral cat caught my backyard bluejay…there are beautiful blue feathers all over the yard 😦
I suspect my jays are feeding babies, now. There are many, many flights a day to the feeder. They call as they fly, so when I hear them, I grab a handful of shelled pecans and put them out. Then, I whistle them up, and they arrive to carry away the pecans before the sparrows find them.
Common bird, but still so pretty.
On Sun, Jun 7, 2015 at 4:10 AM, leaf and twig wrote:
> seedbud posted: ” woods echo the bluejay’s thoughts answering unasked > questions”
Love the poem! And the picture fits perfectly.
Good timing on that shot!
Very beautiful photo shot.
Beautiful haiku and gorgeous picture to go with it!
this is lovely
Great positioning! Blue jays know how to make an impression. I also did a post recently on them: https://beautyalongtheroad.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/the-blue-mob/
as leaves reply
in sibilant whispers
Love the view.
I’ve never seen a blue jay, he’s beautiful!
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Well done! We get stellar jays around here, but they speak the same language.
Seedbud: thanks, I enjoy the distance ot the shot. So ofren we feel we need to get a closeup each time. Space provides a different and pleasant perspective.
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