Haiku - Ants

Poem By Don Haney

flower bed
an army of ants
one by one by one hundred

military maneuvers
march in cadence
an army of ants

insects everywhere
my ankles itch-
poison ivy

Comments about Haiku - Ants

Ha! I always try not to step on ants!
ants are very interesting to observe. LIKE


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