Amusing little animation by Paul Watts, who seems to have remembered what so many Western haiku-appreciators do not: that irreverence is central to the form (it was a reaction against more serious renga poetry).
This animation so well demonstrates the LARGE CONTENT that a wee number of syllables can evoke.
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