Thursday, November 15, 2007

AS #13, #14, #15: Catch-Up

There, high in the tree hangs a paper-wasp nest like an over-ripe fruit.

Beside the wasp's nest, some birds have built a nest of their own: strange neighbors.

Something about those two windblown nests reminds me of lions and lambs.



Whirling Dervish said...

Hi Pepek!

Just wanted to tell you that the new word for the day is acyjb. What the acyjb is that on your face? I hope it doesn't bite! :)

Or, even better: I went to the doctor yesterday, and he's scheduled an emergency surgery to remove the acyjb from my little toe.

Love word verification, right?! :)


Whirling Dervish said...


After having read most of your blog and poetry the last few days, I really want to learn more from you, so have tagged you!:

If you've already done this (and I just missed it), or if you don't feel like it, don't feel compelled, but would love to hear your thoughts if you have the time/interest..


Ceridwen said...

I found a section of a paper-wasp nest last week while my husband and I were on a walk. I brought it home with me because it was so lovely ~ the colors and the shape are amazing.

Anonymous said...

I like your read write poetry 17 word syllable -it made me laugh!

Birdsword Poetry

(I can't log in from work)

chiefbiscuit said...

Thanks for this - it's rather lovely. A reminder for me of autumn's gentle warnings.