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Entrance

IP - Barricade 1

barricade yourself

 

IP - Barricade 2

contain, section, cordon this

 

IP - Barricade 3

scale wires, impale. 

 

Posting as @indraniperera on Instagram, this is the second poem in my new series of haiku x photography; poems + photos series. If you want to join in the fun, tag me and use the hashtag #haikuinthreeparts.

 
A haiku is a short Japanese poetry form of three lines where the first line contains five syllables, the second line has seven syllables and the third and final line has five syllables. Typically, there's also a turn, a shift or change in mood or tone between the second and third lines. It's seems deceptively easy but the challenge is conveying what you mean with as few words as possible. Traditionally haikus were written about nature by Japanese haiku masters such as Basho.