Always Unique, a haiku by Robyn MacKinnon at

Always Unique

written by: Robyn MacKinnon



True. Always unique

before I knew why I was

in the bath singing



Illustration description: An image divided horizontally by a white bar. Below this is a watery texture of blues, turquoise. Above is a panel of crystal texture, mostly in yellow and orange/reds, but with the shapes of musical notation in other colours. Grey and white paper cut-out suds float on the watery lower surface. Out of this also emerges a figure in rainbow, watercolour texture, pieced together as made of layered, cut-out paper shapes. A cloud of suds sits on the head of this figure, and their left arm arches dramatically above their head to end in a tapered tip, like a tentacle.

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