Haiku/Sonnet 2:

Things always evolve. Without investi-
gating, it feels like haiku, written more
strictly, don’t break up separate thoughts on
separate lines. On the other hand, son-

nets can be much more strict without doing
this. The stricture of both would yield an in-
tense pressure when mixed together. Integ-
ral numbers of haiku would never fit

Inside a sonnet. It’s really too bad
because it would be awesome If that were
the case. Instead, you must write eight haiku
that are complete and then you are stuck with

four syllables; Unless you write a son-
net ending with the word “etcetera.”

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