If you weigh both characters, the orchard owner is the bad guy.The poor bat, if it is only one, cannot make too much ravage in the harvest.It should be accepted as a guest! :)Pretty good haiku, BB!
That's why I posed the question, Od, who's the culprit, who's the victim. It's really a nice thought of yours. I can see the big difference. Yup, right, doesn't matter just pick two or three bunches of fruits, the bat will be full! That's how a guest should be treated. :)Thank you, Od, for seeing from another perspective on what I wrote. I appreciate so much your comments. :)
bats can be a nuisance sometimes....but looking on the brighter side, they would eat mosquitoes too...
Oh! What a deed. Can get rid of malaria. There are always the positive and negative sides of something. Thank you for sharing this info with me, Rc. :)
Bats are scary creatures, good haiku :)
When I look at bats, I couldn't help thinking of vampires. The influence of scary movie is too much. Anyway, bats do play an important role in the ecosystem. Thanks for your kind words, Aunt Mary. :)
Perhaps that's what nature made them do :-)
Exactly! I have said so in some replies above. Thank you for your comment, Amrit. :)
I find the bats repulsive.You have framed a nice Haiku.
It's unpleasant sight when all the fruits are gone from the trees! But that could be controlled by putting on big nets around the trees :)Thank you, Usha, for your kindness. :)
nice haiku...bats have a repulsive feature but they gorge on bugs ,mosquitoes, pests, .....act as a natural pesticide........ :D
Certainly there are good deeds which benefit us. Thanks, Sumana. :)
nice Haiku.. :)
Thank you. :)
Oh yes, I can relate to it, Balqis. These monsters actually ransack the garden at night...nice one :)
Thank you, Panchali. What can we do, that's the nature of these animals. :)
They share the trait with the birds I suppose!! Nice take on bats on a lesser evil characteristic!!
Thank you, Nanka. :)
Men always have great ideas. Who knows, he'll do something about it. Thank you for commenting. :)
Very nice to teach me something about bats today.
Thank you, Alice, for your visit and comment. :)
Thank you, Iremi. :)