Mouse-work

what courage mouse!
risking your whiskers for rice
hunger makes us all brave

deserted wren house
whitefoot mouse clan
renovates

field mice explore
a mountain of stored grain
blessings rain down

mice in the hayloft
nestled into next summer’s
scarecrow

Flourish.plainer

If you like to read haiku, here’s a journal you may be interested in:

seashores
According to the publisher, The Fishing Cat Press, the objective of seashores is to share haiku from all over the world and explore how the way and the spirit of haiku, with its power to connect us to nature and our world, can play a role in poetry and our lives in general. Click here to learn more.

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