Friday, September 20, 2013

The myth haiku

Myth is alive, myth
is afoot, myth never died.
Naked myth does thrive.

– Leonard Blumfeld (© 2013)

Instigated by Haiku Heights and myth, with a huge dose of inspiration from the Leonard Cohen/Buffy Sainte-Marie song God is Alive, Magic is Afoot.

Notes
Myth is rampant in this oh so scientific age. For example, the myth that we should get a new cell phone at least once a year in order to always stay connected in the latest ways, to keep up with the Joneses and to fill the pockets of Tim Cook and other CEOs. Or the myth that freedom can coexist with the NSA spying on everyone and everything in the whole wide world. Etc.

5 comments:

Usha Menon said...

A very nice and rhythmic Haiku.

Satya said...

This is beautiful!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

We would not be fully human without our myths and fairy tales. They help to explain our world, and our place in it.

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readinpleasure said...

wonderfully done

Sumana Roy said...


very nice...