When our logic failed
reason gave me no answers.
Hearts filled in the blanks.
Like rainbows flashing
we ensnared the headlong lies
from nature’s alcove.
The second haiku is an anagram of the first haiku
What an awesome idea–the anagrammed haiku. Did you set out to? Anagrammit, I mean? Love the poem itself too–
It’s a challenge I set myself when I have a bit more time in the morning. What was really tricky was keeping the anagrammed haiku to the 5-7-5 syllables too! 🙂 Thanks for the kind words!
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Linda Studley is a writer, songwriter, independent recording artist, and sometime graphic artist living in Northern BC, Canada