#Haiku Happenings #6: Nicholas Klacsanzky’s commentary on Tia Haynes’haiku “support group…” !
I never know
where to put my hands
© Tia Haynes (USA)
Failed Haiku, Vol. 2, Issue 20, 2017
This senryu has a significant breadth of meaning. On one hand, it brings about a feeling of mystery, where one does not know where the narrator’s hands will go. This type of mystery can put the reader in a state of pure consciousness, as thought cannot comprehend it. Another interpretation is that it is expressing the nervousness we feel in group environments, even groups that are aimed at support (we have all felt this nervousness within groups, and therefore this makes this senryu highly relatable). Lastly, it could be about how people need support equally, and to know who to give aid to is difficult to determine. This could also relate to self-help and collective help. Sometimes, it is hard to decide if we should give support to…
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