More haiku, because they’re addictive

Indian Corn (c) 2009 Butterfly Psyche
Indian Corn
Pearlescent kernels,
Nestled against their neighbors,
Gems in a coffer.

Ears stiff as sailcloth
Whiskers poised like galley oars
The hunter embarks.

Lady Beetle
Smooth-shelled hemisphere
Candy-colored polka dots
Beneath: the dark jaws.

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