Solar Superstorm, a haiku by Robyn MacKinnon at

Solar Superstorm

Solar Superstorm

written by: Robyn MacKinnon



solar superstorm

I don’t have enough fabric

when it’s born human



Illustration description: A background of fiery colour, radiating yellow at the center into orange and red toward the edges. A figure occupies the center of the image, seemingly made of shards of white glass or paper cuttings. They wear what looks like either a crown or a halo, and they seem to be wearing flowing, shattering robes. The words of the haiku are visible on the lower front of the robes, in the colours of the background. Created in Adobe Photoshop.

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