I love the duality of Haiku – that it can pose questions, make statements, and come to some kind of conclusion so concisely. Its structure exposes the essence of the subject, as felt by the author, and hopefully strikes at a core truth. The last line of a haiku, the way I work it, strives to upset the first two lines, or sometimes to deliver the final compelling observation. It is exacting and authentic. These attributes it shares with Architecture. So herein I hope to explain Architecture with Haiku and vice-versa; and along the way learn more, and appreciate each more.
amiliacca is also the Detroit Landmarks Examiner .
amiliacca is a registered Architect and AIA member, with interests in Art, Photography, and Haiku