(There we sat and discussed the events of the day together)
The rippling brook
The silent stone
The wandering wind
As far as haiku are concerned this one is definitely rogue. In one dictionary the word ‘rogue’ is described as: ‘something or someone different from what is normal or expected’.
Definitely this haiku does not follow the 5-7-5 syllables rule, not even close. It also has a prologue.
It still is a haiku. Because haiku speak to me. And this one told me it is a haiku.
What does it say to you?
Do you want some deeper interpretation?
The rippling brook – that which moves through time
The silent stone – that which remains
The wandering wind – that which passes
And I – anyone of us
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