Titanium Hip Miracles, haiku by Robyn MacKinnon at Spillwords.com

Titanium Hip Miracles

Titanium Hip Miracles

written by: Robyn MacKinnon



Many miracles

with my titanium hips




Illustration description: A collage with a watercolor-like background – fiery hues toward the center, blending to purple at the left and right sides. The glow centers on a figure seemingly pieced together from fragments of starry skies, the spiral of a galaxy centered where the face would be. The figure seems to sway, arms above its head, as though dancing. A metallic object occupies the space where the figure’s left hip would be, mostly flat with a rotating disk at the head. It almost looks like a spaceship shooting up into the void. The figure is surrounded by what looks like a dark aura, out from the edges of which emanates bright electricity. The sharp, crackling energy engulfs the words of the haiku, pasted on the image in mismatched colours and fonts, chaotically placed around the top and bottom. The electricity and everything it touches is edged in metallic grey.

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