Ivy wrestles sticks
Early morning tangled hair
Not much difference
A very pretty tangle, Sarah. Love your haiku. 🙂
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Thanks, Sylvia 🙂 Fortunately that’s not my hair I’m talking about, although I’ve met women who’ve over-processed their locks and an early morning tangle is the result!
That looks just like the squirrel drey they showed on Winterwatch the other night, it’s a lovely bundle captured perfectly by your haiku 🙂
I suppose it does look like a squirrel drey, although I think it’s more a case of a frustrated gardener hacking at with abandon.
Talking of squirrels, when it was sunny yesterday, there must have been about a dozen of those creatures scampering all over the place in an area of the local park where dogs have to be kept on the lead. Clever squirrels choosing there to have their party. They so enjoyed teasing my dog by staying just out of reach of her on her extender lead!
oh this is perfect!! Love the image with your haiku and a kind of hairku too!! ( don’t smack me).
My kind of humour, Cybele, as I love word-play (I’ll embrace you instead) 🙂
Haha…very clever Sarah and funny, love it. I have to ask though, is this look au naturel??? 😉
You could say that 🙂 Actually, I’m quite into au naturel, but wouldn’t go quite that far!
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