Blind Date Haiku - Poem by Chenou Liu
her long hair cascading
into the spring night
Editor's Choice Haiku, Sketchbook,7: 2, March/April 2012
Karina Klesko's Comment:
Blind date in my world has two interpretations. If the date was blind, the long hair against the darkness of the sky gives the expanse and message of no limitations in its juxtaposition.
If it is a first date on a spring night, the long black hair cascading into the darkness gives the feeling of unknown expectations. Here the kigo is used as a message of the bud of a relationship, letting down the hair is letting down inhibitions.
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