Monday Morning #Haiku 175 — Little Egret (02)

Beak points downriver…
Little Egret pleased to wait
until lunch is served

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. When stuck for words, she sketches or paints instead. She's into nature conservation, sustainability, gardening, dogs, natural health, and reading. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

20 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 175 — Little Egret (02)”

    1. They’re not averse to frogs (or tadpoles when they’re in season), but mostly I’ve seen what I think are migratory sea trout in this stretch of water, as the sea isn’t far off. …Always glad to start your week off with a smile 🙂


  1. Gorgeous! I miss my great blue heron that used to fish in the little culvert by my bus stop in the mornings; he moved on to larger (and fresher) bodies of water. There’s just something about these kind of birds that inspires one to follow their example… Patience, I mean; not ducking my head in the water in search of fish. 🙂

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    1. Click on “Reader” on the upper left of your site. You’ll then see a menu with “Followed sites” as one of the options. To the right of that, click on “Manage”. Scroll down until you find my blog in the list. To the right of that you’ll see “Following” and under that a “settings” symbol. Click on that, then you’ll get a subscribe menu 🙂 The vagaries of WP, indeed. They keep changing things without warning.

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      1. Perhaps there’s a glitch with WordPress on your site, Inese, and it has caused you to unwittingly unfollow 2500 blogs. Have you visited my blog when you’re signed into WP and seen if the icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen says “following” or “follow”. If it says the latter, then all you need to do is click on it to rectify things. If it says the former, then there’s obviously a glitch and you need to contact the WP technical support people, who I’ve always found most helpful. Maybe you’re following more people than their system can handle! Who knows? I know that I couldn’t cope with following that number, or blogging would end up as a full-time job and I would have to give up novel-writing 😉

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      2. It says I am following. It is all good. The list in the “Blogs I follow” is shorter than it should be, that’s the problem. I cannot get the email notifications for all the blogs I like.
        I follow all the bloggers who follow me – it is an online unwritten rule and good practice. Of course I check out first if the content is not offensive or vulgar.

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