Because creative constraints are powerful, and poetry can provide a portal into tangible solutions…
Write a haiku summarizing the plan.
The rules for writing a haiku are as follows:
There are precisely three lines, totaling 17 syllables.
The first line is 5 syllables.
The second line is 7 syllables.
The third line is 5 syllables like the first.
Punctuation and capitalization are up to the poet.
A haiku does not have to rhyme. In fact, they usually don't.
Haiku can include the repetition of words or sounds.
A sample haiku:
One autumn evening
A stranger enters a village
And passes on through.