Friday, June 10, 2011

Thursday Think Tank, A Little Late...

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Golden plain as far

as the eye can see...room to

roam and to be free.
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Having watched lions move unchecked across the wild savannahs of Africa, I wish only the same untouched environment for every new generation of cubs.
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To read more poems around animals, do check out the Thursday Think Tank at Poet's United...
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12 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Such beautiful beautiful creatures. Your photos of wildlife are stunning. I hope for freedom for future cubs as well.

Kay L. Davies said...

These ones have just eaten, I see, so they're content to pose for you.
I love your African photos, they're amazing.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Fireblossom said...

That's a fantastic photo! I adore lions.

PS--I really loved your comment you made in regards to Sherry's interview of me for Poets United. :-)

Isabel Doyle said...

we all need a few plains to roam on

Mad Kane said...

Wonderful photo and delightful haiku.
Mad Kane

Mad Kane said...

I stopped by again to congratulate you for your Honorable Mention in last week's Limerick-Off! Limerick of the Week 13.

Thanks again for your fun contribution!

Deborah said...

The photo and words fit perfectly, just beautiful.

Lois Evensen said...

Wonderful image!

adrielleroyale said...

Such beautiful animals, I hope someday I can see them up close for myself :)

Pat said...

Great photo of the lions, and beautiful haiku, Lynette. The lions look content.

rch said...

Hey long time no 'see'. Great as usual, I'm glad you take pride in crafting awesome haikus. Later

soulsmusic said...

Your haiku and gorgeous photo made me remember a post I did some time ago. Don't know if you have ever seen this video, but it is wonderful to watch.
http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2010/04/09/happy-birthday-to-me/
Thanks for your wonderful comment on my site. Looking forward to seeing more of your work,

Elizabeth