April 22, 2012

Haiga 810 - Jack Kerouac haiku

Haiku by Jack Kerouac (USA). Artwork by myself. I think it takes a little while of pondering before one arrives with some appreciation of this haiku.

I took it mean that when the author snapped his finger, the rainfall, which was the representation of the world, stopped a moment. I thus connected the figner part and a part of rainfall with a square as if the scene was cut off. After a moment of snapping, however, the rain kept on falling, harder this time.

That is how the world is. Human can do only a little to its flow.

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