Love Poems About Chickadee or Chickadee Love Poems
by Charmaine Chircop |
Categories: beauty,

Spring Easter Haiku

the chickadee tweets I eat my breakfast without an egg wings flutter upon melting icicles first glimpse of Spring Grandma's garden a missing rose lay on her stone Incense wafts amongst the silent crowd a sneeze out loud longing another Spring blooms without you
Happy Easter to you and yours with love -Charma


by Paula Goldsmith |
Categories: bird, love, red, song, sweet, tree, uplifting,

Cardinal


beautiful red bird                                                                                              singing and eating your seed                                                                                oh how I love you

 

Date Written:1/18/2021

5 Place
A Cardinal, Blue Jay, or Chickadee Haiku
Contest Judged:1/22/2021 
Sponsored by: Tania Kitchin

by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: animal, beauty, nature,

- Haiku X 196 - Blue Jays -


                                                                 
                                     tension in the air

                                     a love affair is a choice ~

                                            blue jays do rob nests









17/01/2021
Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
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A Cardinal, Blue Jay, or Chickadee Haiku Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Tania Kitchin
4th place in the contest


by Edward Ibeh |
Categories: bird, nature, song, spring,

Red Cardinal

amid gentle rain
tweeting out spring song of love ~
cheerful cardinal



Submitted for...
A Cardinal, Blue Jay, Or Chickadee Haiku Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Tania Kitchin
Date written: 01/17/2021

by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: nature,

cardinal



male cardinal sings his love song ~female answers.... cat silently waits
Written: January 18, 2021 Contest: "A Cardinal, Blue Jay, or Chickadee Haiku" Sponsor: Tania Kitchin 1male cardinal sings 5 2his love song ~female answers 7 3cat silently waits 5 Syllable Counter.net

by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Clearly I See


As you may guess, my heart must ask for this for I like being free.
Call forth your best effort to bask in my truth if you love me.
Haul your doubts out of the flask, and stop smiling with glee.
Maul negativity to complete the task, do not be Simon Legree.
Caul was attached to my mask at birth, which helps me to see
Hall of horrors in your present cask, so toss it, drunken chickadee.
Squall of wrath tipping your casque, so now I will promptly flee.

Written 7-9-2020
Contest: Triple Rhyme
Sponsor: Beth Evans



by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: bird, love hurts, romance, silly,

A Perspicacious Chickadee

My peripatetic parrot went to sea
  where he met a perspicacious chickadee

He courted her a bit too parsimoniously
  For this peccadillo, she ensured he couldn't pee