Updated: Oct 21, 2021
host: Muskaan Ahuja
"Every form is as sensitive as a puff of smoke, the slightest breath will alter it completely."
Yes, we are all familiar with the butterfly effect - the theory about cause and effect - fascinating (that something as small as a flapping of wings, in theory, could contribute to a chain of events that might lead to, for example, a tornado in Texas, or a landslide in the Himalayas.) It's just that it seems to have been a little bit exaggerated and oversimplified through the years. At any rate, the mention of this is lovely in Wassily Kandinsky's quote today! Can you use this as a prompt and write a haiku or a tanka or even a haibun to highlight how "Every form is as sensitive as a puff of smoke, the slightest breath will alter it completely."
That would be fun writing and reading! Join in the fun! ^_^