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.


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5 comments:

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?! :)

WD

Whirling Dervish said...

BTW,

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!: http://stoneymoss.blogspot.com/2007/11/dont-take-advice-from-likes-of-me.html

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..

WD

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.