April 9 (Cicada Trill)

cicada trill
when did I last play
the harmonica

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(NaHaiWriMo prompt: Music)

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Moving on: NaHaiWriMo prompt for April 1oth (the start of National Library Week)

Books and libraries

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13 thoughts on “April 9 (Cicada Trill)

      • Wow. Hadn’t really thought about how to describe them. Let’s see … you know the ribbed wooden instrument drummers use sometimes. They run the stick over it, kind of a washboard sound. Its a bit like that, but only because there are so many singing at once. Its much higher pitched that pond frogs. A bit more like crickets in pitch. I’m sure there is a recording online somewhere. If you dig around my blog, there’s a haiku about them. We still have cicadas here, but they don’t dominate as they did in Texas.

          • For me, these frog songs are in Michigan. I’m sure there around other places too. I must say that they can get pretty loud here. I’ve heard them inside our house if I’m standing near a shut window. I’ve taken quite a liking to them though. They’ve become a part of the spring checklist.

            • Michigan?! Wow, I was thinking this must be someplace exotic … I wonder if those things are in Wisconsin anywhere. I’ve never heard of them around here. On a mission now…

  1. oh. i couldnt resist:

    chain saws
    the sound of a tree frog
    disrupted

    hmmmm. must be a green day.

    forest rain
    the sound of a tree frog
    in harmony

    heck. looks like i’m just not going to get the sound of a tree frog.

    altho they are about as varied as any other variety of frogs.

    oops. i hope i didnt supplant your reply Yousei Hime. yikes. do i post this or not? sheesh.

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