Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt #357 and #356, because I was a slacker last week

high and tight haircut
barber’s memory refreshed
those old air force days

Monday morning run
the endorphins will refresh
a natural high

#356:

Every April red breasted grosbeaks stop at our feeder in Jackson, TN during their migration north. My high school friend living in Elmira, NY posted pictures on Facebook of her first sighting of grosbeaks at her feeder in early May.

red and white nomad
from Tennessee to New York
red breasted grosbeak

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