Weird Province, a haiku by Robyn MacKinnon at Spillwords.com

Weird Province

written by: Robyn MacKinnon

@art_rat

 

…I just realized

Mushrooms can make it rain–how

This province is weird

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

Illustration description: A splashy, multicoloured background, roughly going from shades of yellow and green on the left, to blue and violet in the middle, to violet magenta on the right. The top center is occupied by 3 button mushrooms clustered together. They float directly above the shape of the province of Nova Scotia, predominantly in green, with bright lines and icons of apples and trees decorating a route from the center-left side to Cape Breton (farthest right). The first line of the haiku sits in the top left corner, the words “…just” above the words “realized.” The second line occupies the top right in 3 lines, one on top of the other. Topmost is the word “Mushrooms;” bottommost is the phrase “rain–how.” The final line of the haiku is placed along the bottom edge, placed just a little bit to the left, directly below the shape of Nova Scotia.

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