Into the Wind (a Haiku)

Greet the sun, oh feathered one...
Greet the sun, oh feathered one...
Soar in lofty heights from start of day...into the night...
Soar in lofty heights from start of day...into the night...
Rule from your royal throne on high...
Rule from your royal throne on high...
Greet the clouds and spread your regal wings...
Greet the clouds and spread your regal wings...



Fly into the wind,

Feathered creatures...soar aloft...

With swiftness, ascend.


Greet the smiling sun,

Breathe in the airs...spread your wings...

Jealousy of kings.


Reign on highest lofts,

Where royalty lives...on heights...

Fly in day and nights.


On you, God has smiled,

Feathered creatures of the wild...

Loves your hearts, so mild.





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God has smiled upon you, oh feathered ones...
God has smiled upon you, oh feathered ones...

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louise-barraco 16 months ago from Ontario

Nice hub


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annart 16 months ago from SW England

Have you ever watched large birds soaring above in the thermals, like eagles, kite or buzzards? So amazing. I think the best I've ever seen was a Peregrine Falcon descending at break-neck speed, wings tucked in, to fall upon prey way down below him; astounding! Sadly, not really in the wild as it was a falconry display but still wonderful.

You're right that they reach the heavens and enjoy such freedom - of land and sky. This is beautiful.

Ann


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whonunuwho 16 months ago from United States Author

Yes, birds are my favorite feathered creatures our God has made. I often enjoy watching their antics and love their enlightening songs in the morning and evening. God bless. whonu


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whonunuwho 16 months ago from United States Author

Thank you Louise. whonu


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bravewarrior 16 months ago from Central Florida

Birds are amazing creature to watch. Some glide, some flutter, some do a little of both. I envy the freedom they must feel when airborne.


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whonunuwho 16 months ago from United States Author

Thank you my friend. I always like to remember God's critters. whonu


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MsDora 16 months ago from The Caribbean

You had me fling with the feathered creatures. Excellent poetry!


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BlossomSB 16 months ago from Victoria, Australia

A creature of God, flying so free. Lovely poem.


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Michael-Milec 16 months ago

Freedom intact. Fully honoring the Creator's design.

Voted beautiful


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whonunuwho 16 months ago from United States Author

Thank you so much my friend. whonu


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Ericdierker 16 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

Oh my! This was just wonderful. In the last month or so I have had special time with the great Condors and the amazing Hummingbirds. What marvelous joy they bring the openhearted. As does this poem.


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whonunuwho 16 months ago from United States Author

Thank you my friend and bless you. whonu

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