One thing I noticed when reading books of Japanese haiku was how the haiku master and his students would sometimes all start with the same first line/image--"moon on the water", say--and see where it went in the next two lines. Like Monet with his water lilies, taking the same image or idea and exploring it in depth can be surprisingly satisfying, unexpected, and varied. A detailed explanation can be found at http://methodtwomadness.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/water-lilies/
So that's what I've done here. Using Monet's water lilies as inspiration: variations in gridded collage and haiku.
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