1. wonkywizard Post author

      Thanks Kan for your comment. It’s a 5/6/6/ accepted as a haiku. However, for the purist (5/7/5), one may add “closed” to the second line (tunnels atrophied closed minds); or “blowing body parts” in the last. I will respond to you in the old way.

      1. wonkywizard Post author

        My haiku format is 5/7/5/ based on syllables. In word press, there is a blog called “pure haiku”; it insists on 5/7/5/. Visit a web called, “how many syllables”, it will help you to count syllables, not words.

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