Question and Answer

This week author Ronovan Hester challenges writers to use QUESTION and ANSWER in a Haiku poem. My thoughts quickly went to politicians whose disingenuous questions often elicit reactions that divide and demoralize. I can’t help but believe that the internal walls that we construct are graver than the exterior walls we might consider.   

If you’d like to try your hand at this art form, just click on Ronovan’s name, and you’ll be taken to his site, where there is helpful information on writing Haiku. 

8 thoughts on “Question and Answer”

      1. I think you are right. I feel sad sitting in a room with people and everyone is looking down at their phones and missing out what is right in front of them.

  1. ” I can’t help but believe that the internal walls that we construct are graver than the exterior walls we might consider.” I think you are right here. Your haiku is so true! How much better we’d be if we all could actually listen to each other.

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