The Kimo is an Israeli version of the haiku.
by Indira Renganathan
The defining feature is that there should be no movement in the imagery.
The elements of the Kimo are:
a tristich, a 3 line poem.
syllabic 10-7-6 syllables per line.
the images should be stationary
1. The Dead Silence
Done corpse is dumb in the burial ground
There prevails a dead silence
The co-dead of the corpse
2. Festival Navaratri
Nine steps and more for the dolls set to stand
Don't talk, don't move but godly
Can we see gods' deeds loud?