Vastly Clear Haiku


Endless Spiral Staircase in Munich. Photograph by Philipp Klinger. Sculpture design by Olafur Eliasson

True eternity
is not a destination
a continuum?

kat ~ 4 January 2016

I like to double-check my format when doing a RonovanWrites Haiku. Once I figured out the rules, it is hard for me to write a Haiku any other way. At any rate here are the checks…
-3 lines – 5/7/5 (Check)
-Sentence – Lines 1-2: True eternity is not a destination. (Check)
-Sentence – Lines 2-3: Is not a destination a continuum? and (CHECK!)…I really like the way that second sentence flipped into a question!  Sometimes I even surprise myself! 🙂

This week’s Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge employs the words “Vast” and “Clear” (or in the case of this offering, thesaurus researched representations of the words in question: Vast – Eternity / Clear – True). If you would like to read other Haiku or enter your own interpretation, click HERE.

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