sighs like wind
"Sighs like wind" is the essence of my existence. I believe that—as humans—absolutely everything we experience ties back to Nature. I try to remain one with that element, and it is my hope that these haiku reflect that. No matter where we find ourselves, even if we're in a skyscraper in Dubai or the L in London, we can always find home in our sighs like wind.
Thank you and enjoy!
Chances are, if you're wearing a sweater and carrying a novel, Taylor will want to write lengthy poems about you. Luckily for the audience, haiku are short; Taylor struggles with keeping things simple, especially when phrasing things. However, for this class, she has tried; her attempts at condensing thoughts can be described as angsty musings, although she loathes this truth. The haiku are based in emotion and observation. She questions reality a lot, and wonders just how deeply that is conveyed in her words.