Who can do a haiku about Jesus

The 2011 Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to the Swedish poet Tomas Tranströmer www.terebess.hu and www.blackbird.vcu.edu, who was best known for his haiku poems.
A Japanese haiku poem is a 17 syllable poem that is written in the classic scheme: 5-7-5 syllables. The 17 syllable format is a linguistically very catchy, self-contained, compact, expressive way of saying something. It is comparable to the crystal lattice of a noble mineral. In the western as well as in the Asian cultures the number 17 has the meaning: everything, the whole, in the literary sense: it says everything.
The struggle for the right word, for the right expression in the greatest possible brevity, is a testament to the attention to detail. With enough effort and effort for the right choice of words, a formulation / poem can come together as if from a single source and, as it were, easily spill over the lips like a word praline, and, as required in Japan, can be pronounced with one breath.
The form and the symbolism have z. B. also at the Japanese tea ceremony or Ikebana (flower arrangement) the highest priority.
The classic Japanese haiku has a relation to nature, season or situation; a Christian religious haiku, for which there is still no term like 'Senryu' (love poems), thus has its reference to Jesus, or to Mary and the secrets of salvation.

A haiku as a meditative text, combined with a picture of a rosary placed on a flower in a particularly beautiful place in nature, offers itself as a meditation for both Catholic and Protestant Christians.
Praying the rosary together is a gift. Meditative prayer purifies the mind, calms the restless mind. M.G.