A silent white board
Scribble a first line, and wait
The members of the Office of Scholarship and Innovation don’t just work all the time. They manage to sneak in some fun once in a while. Last Friday, goofing off between meetings, I scribbled one line, five syllables long, on one of the white-boards in our office space. Within a few minutes, lo and behold, was a lovely haiku, courtesy of my colleagues Clarin Collins and Jennifer Stein, each contributing a line. Below is my visual representation of it. Enjoy.
Flash of red, a balloon floats
Wander where it may
Haiku created by Clarin Collins, Jennifer Stein and Punya Mishra.
Image created by Punya Mishra.
This post was originally published on Punya Mishra’s website and has been included here with permission.