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seagull flock feeding

Flock feeding frenzy
Vie for tasty sushi bites
Oysters at their peak

The Trifextra challenge this weekend is: Haiku: an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven, and five syllables respectively

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Submitted to Weekly Photo Challenge. The theme was to, “share a photo which means SEA to you and explain why you chose that picture.”

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  1. Growing up on the east coast, I have had more than my fair share of experiences with “flock feeding frenzies” as the fishing trawlers would be coming back to the harbour with their catches. Nasty scavengers is what I call them. However, luckily for everyone, you created a wonderful moment in the circle of life at the sea shore. Your haiku is perfect; certainly better than if you had started out with “Nasty scavengers” as your opening line, as I probably would have done. :)

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