Haiku: kite

She yet flew a kite

Rather than placate the wind

And found happiness

art: Evening Cool by Shinsui Itō

Published by a.d.matthias

no w here

8 thoughts on “Haiku: kite

      1. Yes, it’s all good. Only the writer really knows what they “intended,” but that doesn’t mean he/she can’t be shown a new way to look at their own words; that’s what makes it interesting/exciting

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