On a ledge
Surveying its domain
For what it’s after
A man on a bench
Throwing bread to birds
So it can fly down
Out of the sky
And poop on his suit
Photo credits ZeroOne / Foter.com / CC BY-SA
Written for Trifextra week Fifty-one.
“giggle” There is evidently some conspiracy amongst pigeons to do just that.
I have always expected the same! 🙂
hahahahahahahahahaha .. your sense of humour creases me lol 😀
I have fun! 🙂
So all entries with the pidgeon will be about pooping, right?:)) Ha ha, I loved this too!
So far it seems like a common theme! 🙂
That’s what they do… nicely captured.
I love this- absolutely perfect! This probably sounds sick-but sometimes I wish I could be a bird-just to aim for people :0) P.S I am deathly afraid of heights- So, kudos to the photographer for being brave.
Thank you. He seemed to be fearless whoever he is.
Your bird is super educated and focused. Hilarious.
Wait! I thought all birds were! Thanks for enjoying my writing.
hehe right? awesome.
Ha, I always suspected they did it on purpose. Cute one.
Thanks a lot!
Mine was sad, but yours made up for it in funniness. These birds sure are busy 🙂
When you can fly that happens!
Cheers! Glad you liked it!
fertilizer on the way
If only you could make a haiku with 33 words!
You could have a triple haiku. This could either be the traditional format done three times, or 5-5-5-7-7-7-5-5-5.
I’ll have to consider that for next time.
How do they time it so well. Marksman in their own right! I really like this start to crappy ending.
It’s really crappy isn’t it 😉
“And poop on his suit”
perfect ending. lol I loved it!
Thanks! It seemed to fit 🙂
lol that’s great
Preaching Proud Putrid Passion
He needs to shut up
Louie Prima Sir
He was just a gigilo
Keely Smith was bored
Louie Armstrong plays
Hughie Dewey and Louie
Louie Louie Go
Nice! I’m quite fond of the old haikus myself too.
I really like “poop on his suit.”
It seems to be a popular line.
That’s quite a bird brain that surveyor of domains has. Cute. I like it.
That was quite a shitty poem! Well done! 🙂
Yes! Quite crappy! Thanks!
😆 *smiles* hee hee 🙂
Hahaha! And if they can’t find the man in the suit, they settle for my car 🙂
Especially if it has just been washed!
I enjoyed this. It made me laugh.
They have super accurate aim too!
It’s a gift!
Hehe.. Hilarious.. Nailed it with the last line! 🙂
I always giggle at toilet humour. Good one!
lmao this is delightful (:
I think the scatological trend is prevailing. Love the twist.
In fairness Trifecta were asking for it! Thanks for reading.
Yeah, they were, picking that picture. The vast majority of the entries are about poop in some way or another…Don’t know how I feel about that…
I gather you’ve had some “run-ins” with a pidgeon or two.
On occasion. A neighbour used to keep them!
Really? For what purpose? As pets? Carrier pigeons? You know I heard something that the French army still uses a battalion of carrier pigeons to ferry messages back and forth. No kidding.
Racing I believe. They are still quite popular!
Or as food? Heh. I think some people actually eat them though.
A very good example of why I don’t feed the pigeons… or in my area, the seagulls!
It is a lesson to be learned. Usually the hard way!
Speaking of feeding the seagulls…I was immediately reminded of this:
Ha!ha!Talk of ingratitude!Biting the hand that feed-oops-pooping on the hand-ah- suit of the feeder;-)Too funny -loved it Joe:-)
Thanks! Glad you liked it!
Ha ha! Indeed. Flying rats.
What a terrible way they have of expressing their satisfaction and thanks. Ingrates!
Different standards I suppose!
I loathe pigeons, but this poem made me giggle. They are inherently evil- always plotting, always pooping.
Yes they are!
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