When subjectivity saturates subject in a piece of writing, you can see or hear or smell or taste or touch a moment of life. You really feel it.
When the feeling is expressed in as few as possible of the best chosen words, artfully arranged, we get poetry.
And when the shape of that arrangement is a tight pattern of 3-7-3 or 5-7-5 syllables, we get haiku.
Every place, every moment in time, is full of poetry. All we have to do is open up to it, allow it, express it. Poetry is always possible.
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