Tingling, flutter, tingling again, flutter
Turning head to left, right, up, down
To find that tingling source
A bird flutters around with
Tingling sounds as it is flying from
Table to table and chairs
Strange to hear tingling sound
As that bird flutters around these premises
How come got such sound?
That bird captures my attention
My eyes scan through as it flutters
A sphere is at its leg
A little shiny silver bell
Is tied onto its side yellow leg
Mixed feelings toward that bird
It looks cute but also feel pity
For its plight with bell.
Inspiration On: Thursday, 24 April 2012 at 3:40pm to 9:30pm
Revised On: Tuesday, 29 May 2012 at 2:03am
My husband noticed such event. As he explained it in Mandarin, “flutter” came into my mind followed by “tingling”. Then I imagined myself in his spot to capture the feelings for the above haiku.
How many times does God need to capture our attentions through His beautiful creations and through difficult situations? (Genesis 1-2 and Hebrews 4:15-16)