By Daniel Paiz
NaPoWriMo is the primary time of the year haikus come to mind for this writer. For some reason, crafting short, distinct pieces from a wide array of thoughts is very fulfilling. Not the kind of fulfilling where life is fixed and everything is right with the world; but rather, where things are right with the world for that moment or two.
As a refresher for those unfamiliar with a haiku, it is a three-line poem, with three different lines that require a certain number of syllables. The first line is five syllables, the second line is seven syllables, and the third line is five syllables again. Today’s haiku is a thought that has been bouncing around unabated over the course of today.
Cycle of Cycle of Haiku
Repeat and Repeat,
Lessons from mistakes must have,
Or your growth is doomed.
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