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Haiku. Has to be 5-7-5. Who came up with this?

For the daily prompt. Word: Thin

Pansexuality

1. “I am ‘gender-blind’.
Thanks to the Greek prefix,” –
She explained friendly.

2. ‘All’ means ‘many’! – 
She added with a thin smile,
Inviting more people.

3. The evolution: 
Male-to-female, female-to-male,
Representing the world.

4. Despite being able
To direct ‘fluidity’ on her face,
He stripped his skin…and run.

Pansexual identified people have the physical/emotional/spiritual capability of falling in love or being with someone regardless of their gender. This doesn’t mean they like everyone, and some pansexuals do have physical preferences. The identity is used merely to express the openness and fluidity to people of all genders. ‘Pan’ means ‘all’. 

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54 thoughts on “Haiku. Has to be 5-7-5. Who came up with this? Leave a comment

  1. Hello Ray

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  2. Brilliantly and beautifully expressed Haiku with its message.

    “In itself, homosexuality is as limiting as heterosexuality: the ideal should be to be capable of loving a woman or a man; either, a human being, without feeling fear, restraint, or obligation.”
    ― Simone de Beauvoir

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