SiS’s Daily Haiku Challenge–Voice of Spring


Northern mockingbird

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Submitted to SiS’s Daily Haiku Challenge:  http://pendownmythought.blogspot.com/p/haiku-challenge.html  Today’s theme is “lilt.”

Voice of Spring

Spring’s impending voice
lilt of mockingbird, dove’s coo
light-hearted spirit.

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17 thoughts on “SiS’s Daily Haiku Challenge–Voice of Spring

  1. Bodhirose says:

    Yes, it lightens my spirit! Lovely…

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  2. Becca Givens says:

    I love the hope of spring after the long depth of winter … inspirational and uplifting!

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  3. 🙂 totally enjoyable.

    The beginning of a new season…nice!

    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com

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  4. Jingle says:

    I hear entertaining sound of your words, well expressed Haiku.

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  5. So sweet and full of springtime!
    Gerardine

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  6. Someone is Special says:

    nice spirit.. Loved it to the core..

    Someone is Special

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  7. sarah says:

    Am so happy springs gonna be back again…ur haiku took me in the coming future…beautiful haiku 🙂

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  8. As a nasty winter storm rolls through, this haiku reminded my of spring just around the corner.

    Thank you

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  9. Gringo Tzar says:

    Very nice, lilt is a perfect word..

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  10. Jade says:

    Vivid sounds & delicate words…lovely! Makes me feel cheerful. 🙂

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  11. trisha says:

    simply fabulous, nothing talks more about lilt than bird songs.

    http://sharmishthabasu.wordpress.com/2011/02/08/brook-of-joy/

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  12. meethimirchi says:

    very beautifully composed, The mockingbirds always inspires us

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  13. Mike Patrick says:

    Liv, I want you to know that I posted before I read any of the other posts. Great minds think alike. An absolutely brilliant, wonderful haiku.

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  14. Nanka says:

    Ah!! Victoria are you seeing better days now after the winter cold??
    Love the cacophony of the birds here, as they have all returned and it is getting warmer too, for you now it must be just the sweet lilt of the early arrivals 🙂

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