Poems What They See April 4, 2013 Tiny 6 Comments Ghost-like, ancient birds eavesdropping on modern worlds, sculpted on the tree. (Do they like what they see?) Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestPrintEmailLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Sounds nice..but i am bit confused understanding the last line—-
Do they like what they see
Do they “SEE” what they “LIKE” ?
The last (extra line added to the Haiku) is asking the reader to ponder whether or not the birds will like what they see in the current world…just meant to stir some reflection 🙂
I would again say..they will like what they see if the see what they like. When the images are not clear or specific it is left on the liberty of viewer to see the shape & thing of what they like. And they usually see …what is their in their sub-conscious.. what they are thinking…& with what thr mind seems to be occupied.
And I got to learn the meaning of this new work “Haiku” also today…Its japanese poetry..right ?
Thanks for sharing this wonderful piece 🙂
Yes, it’s Japanese poetry. Thanks!
I love looking at trees and seeing these formations. Birch trees offer some of my favorite ponderings… Lovely as usual.
I love looking at trees as well and have found quite many intriguing formations so far! These look like birds – with some imagination of course!