#Haiku Happenings #9: Nicholas Klacsanzsky presents , and comments on, a haiku by Réka Nyitrai!
pinned butterfly –
even in death
– Réka Nyitrai (Romania)
(published previously in Scryptic issue 2.4 December 2018)
I liked the simplicity of this haiku that straight away touched me deeply. We mostly mention living creatures in our poems as a source of inspiration but this unique haiku took another unique dimension of life which itself is full of life.
‘pinned butterfly’, if I imagine, means the transformation of life into death but still finds its way to get the attention of the masses. When we pin something, we try to highlight it on a wall or board or any other place where it can be seen by many people. It also shows how things become important after death, and especially how death carves their beauty and makes them immortal.
Yes, this happens only through imaginative and creative thoughts that never die. Our thoughts and creativity make things immortal…
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