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Hi Dag, beautiful again. Looking at the last posts I am curious: is there a reason/story behind the choice of the Haiku form?
Dear John, thank you for all the nice and so encouraging feedback – I really appreciate!
Well, why the haiku form? Basically because I have found out (for me personally) that in POETRY (though I‘m on the first hand a prose and essay writer) a strict form is much more inspiring and productive than completely freely written lines. Actually I use to write anagrams a lot, and also sorts of acronyms (complex deviates, also with end letter meanings, etc…)… maybe this preference is related to my love for mathematics and music
Thanks for that Dag, that comment actually gave me something to think about for music composition as well. Love and blessings, John
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