Friday, February 25, 2011

Taz

shallow dive rescue
alone, hungry, soft whistle
time for your bottle


Baby Taz was found stranded and abandoned last month near Sanibel Island, Florida. Nursed to health, the little bottlenose finds a new home at the Indianpolis Zoo.

6 Comments:

Blogger Noelle Renee said...

I am always so pleased when I see that a dolphin has been rescued. They are special souls, creatures far advanced in so many respects with so much to teach us. This little fellow seems quite content in his new home and grateful to be "found." We all need a sense of belonging. Lovely image and haiku for him.
Noelle

2/25/2011 10:07 PM  
Blogger Meri said...

abandoned, perhaps
orphaned, heartbreak masked too well
by dolphin smiles

2/26/2011 11:32 AM  
Blogger rebecca said...

your haiku words are sweet terms of endearment.

completely sweet.
like tupelo honey.


(i couldn't resist!)

2/26/2011 11:47 AM  
Blogger Margaret Pangert said...

Your haiku is so sweet, Phil. Taz's new habitat at the zoo looks so spacious. Does he have friends there? This was a beautiful post. Love, Margaret

2/26/2011 2:41 PM  
OpenID pieceofpie said...

the kindness of strangers... love that... and also faulkner's sanctuary, one of the best authors around, he is one of those i repeat read ...a lot.... and have you seen that movie they made of that particular book... it was with lee remick and, um, maybe lawrence harvey not sure... black and white, dynamite... as i recall..

2/28/2011 11:45 PM  
Blogger Jingle Poetry said...

sweet Haiku.
lovely penned.

welcome sharing your poetry with us,
first time participants can share 1 to 3 old poems or poems unrelated to our theme.

Happy Monday.

3/14/2011 3:20 PM  

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