Black crow cackles on his branch.
Watching; waiting there,
For an opportunity.
Crows are amazing birds, very intelligent opportunists, omnivores, they are known to eat anything. They can use tools to get food and under lab conditions have been known to solve quite complex puzzles. Farmers are wary of them however as they have been known to peck out the eyes of newborn lambs and other young.
Words and photo above copyright Englepip©
Crow (from Wikipedia)
One of my favourite shops pictured above: Healey & James*
Who could believe that the vibrant red and orange cloths so smooth and soft, began life as animal and plant fibres? That a goat once wore the delicate closely-woven fabric: cashmere wool and that caterpillar spit would make the flimsiest and most prized cloth of all: silk, that the fluff around a seed pod could be made into hardwearing cloth: cotton, or that strands of the flax plant stem could be turned into linen? And the dyes, all products of the animal and plant kingdoms or even synthetic chemicals. It’s like magic.
Haiku 1 Cashmere
Fabric soft against my face
Vibrant cashmere yarn
Pashmina round my shoulders.
Haiku 2: Silk
Diaphanous patterned silk
Threads of Eastern moth cocoons
Photos and words copyright to Englepip©
*Healey & James Textile Merchant, Hartley Park Farm Business Centre, Selborne Rd, Alton GU34 3HS
via Daily Prompt: Fabric
At the dot of a table
On a dash of stone
Morse code calling: Meet with me.
Haiku and photo copyright Englepip©
If only your love
Were as constant as the rain
I’d be your puddle.
Photo and haiku copyright to Englepip©
via Daily Prompt: Constant