Bridges

two diverse branches

seemingly independent

thread of spider silk

~~

Today’s prompt at Carpe Diem had to do with the Russian city of Perm.  My haiku may not seem to have anything to do with the prompt, but…the write-up spoke of, and included a picture of, a long train bridge leading to the city.  My thoughts turned to how bridges connect things.  I then began thinking about other things that connect, and how so many seemingly separate things rely on each other…or are joined in unexpected ways…so in a way, my haiku is connected.  🙂

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9 thoughts on “Bridges

  1. This is a nice haiku and I like the imagery of connecting … in ‘Aleph’ its also about connecting … it’s about connecting between two lovers who connect together to their once connected pasts … really you did an awesome job with this haiku Bryan … chapeau!

    • I’ve actually heard that the tensile strength of spider silk is greater than that of steel…but steel is far less sticky 🙂

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