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(There we sat and discussed the events of the day together)

The rippling brook

The silent stone

The wandering wind

And I

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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