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.  🙂


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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