Very clever ... I love haiku ~ yours is great!
lol! "Whatcha looking at?"
Identity crisis indeed! Don't we all wonder what critters are thinking when they look at us?? Good one! Rick
Cute Haiku the first line is wonderful! It was a great take on the prompt for his expression. I had a tough time with it myself...
Super. "Fishbowl feeling" is great.-- KayKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
haha...splendid work... :)
Fishbowl feeling, indeed.
A nice haiku to describe his wary look! Here's my Cock of the Walk
ah yes the fishbowl, ok to visit, not so good to live in ;)
An awesome take on the prompt Reflections....brilliant! :-)
You lookin' at me?
love the "Identity crisis" ring bells home :)great Haiku
Lovely piece, fun Magpie.
Yes that cock does have an evil eye and a cruel beak!!
Don't mess with the rooster!
I could think of many crisis that could occur. But just having a rooster looking at you that way is no good. Have you ever had your toes pecked by a chicken? Good Haiku.
That is a fun Haiku.
Watching me watch you ...roosters have such beady eyes! I enjoyed this.
That's a clever haiku. Enjoyed it.
I don't want to be watched by the baleful eye of a rooster.Clever magpie!
What a very smart haiku..and humorous too!! Love it!!
Oh I know, when I look into the eyes of animals I wonder what thoughts are beneath, behind those eyes. Wonderful Haiku.
powerful,you made it with so few words.love it.Happy Weekend.
Perfection... and I don't often say that
Too funny; this is great!
ha. love you haiku...that last line rocks!
Very well written. One could read many messages in these few words. Nice Job..I have owned chickens and they have these little beady eyes that do stare at you, and they cock their heads too... weird little beings.Wysteria
A great Haiku and priceles expression
I like your take on the image. Thanks for stopping by my site,Elizabeth
There is a good chook!
A bit unnerving that look I agree. clever use of the haiku. Do you know the old story about drawing an X in chalk on the ground in front of any chook and having the poor thing then fixated on that spot for hours. True? Urban myth?
smart!! who is who?? me or you?? ;)
Clever, very clever.
I signed in to follow your precious blog,welcome linking in at our potluck tonight.any old poem would work,your participation is very delightful to us, because you are dedicated, brilliant, an have the capacity to share and encourage.Thanks for adding us to your blog list.See you then.xx
A succinct great fowl!
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