Murder in the street
A crow attacked a pigeon
Just one of many
I had no idea they were foes.
Yes, they are.
Maybe that’s why the saying goes, “birds of a feather flock together”–crows and pigeons don’t have the same feathers…. It’s nice to learn something new.
oh wow… this speaks violence in a gentle manner
Yes. And we see violence in much larger scale and tragedy every day. (Sorry for the delay in reply to this comment which I found for some reason in the “spam” file.)
Yes… We revel in violence.. Even toys reflect violence
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I wish I could read the comment but the translation app. doesn’t seem to work.
Seems the crows are the new wave of terrorists.Bluejays have always been fearsome.
profoundly, much like our society these days.
Yes, that’s exactly what I though looking at them.
I imagine this is a perfect allegory, animal – human allegory. ?
You are very right. Thank you for reading it into the depth.
i’m learning your technique of Haiku writing…
I feel honored.
Ashi’s gaze made the pigeon singular.
One crow is just attempted ‘murder’?…
Greetings from the UK……Paul
But it’s in accordance with the law of nature… to survive. Greetings to you from JPN.
the collective noun for a group of more than 2 crows is a ”murder of crows”…I made a joke!…lol..there was only one crow so it was an attempted ”murder”…lol
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