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Privy to the Mystery

Updated on May 30, 2013
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Apricot: high coup

of a tree giving birth to

a premature peach.

Addendum to Haiku

I wish it were possible to simply present the poem along with the beautiful picture. The essence of haiku, after all, is its brevity.

But I hear tell Google, like the original prideful counterfeit, came slithering to the garden and created a crisis where once there had been bliss.

And so haiku in its purest essence was no longer deemed art but rather in dire straits of being substandard.

What's a peach tree to do?

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    Hawaiian Odysseus 3 years ago from Southeast Washington state

    Hi, Treathyl!

    Thanks for sharing your gracious comments. I definitely take creative license in opining about Google. I'm not religious, but I am indeed very spiritual. While I tread carefully and try my best not to mix church with state, there's just something about Google that gives me the creeps...like it might be linked to the illuminati.

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    Treathyl FOX 3 years ago from Austin, Texas

    A comparison of Google to the serpent who deceived Eve? Gotta say I heard that one here first! :) Nice haiku. I could never do it.

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    Claire 5 years ago

    i do not know much about Haikus, but i do remeber being told one of my hubs was substandard until I added a little more to it.I think it was another picture. Could be you have too little content.

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    Hawaiian Odysseus 5 years ago from Southeast Washington state

    Thank you, clairemy! I'd intended to keep this hub short, but I'm getting hit with a substandard message. You know, I remember reading another person's hubs...he or she was writing a haiku a day for a month, as I recall. Anyway, I'm still learning the ropes. Any advice? Much obliged!

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    Claire 5 years ago

    Few words can say so much, and so does the photo.