I love this haiku – the symbolism of the goldfish bowl works so effectively. And kids have that way of speaking so directly and taking us by surprise. A 'jolt' of a haiku that makes me smile and think.
Whenever I see a goldfish haiku, I always remember this fun one from David Cobb,co-founder of the British Haiku Society, and I enjoy the comparison of:
my daughter asks
if I’m going to die
it's no use mouthing
O after O at me —
I don't speak Goldfish!
Mounting Shadows (142 haiku and senryu), Equinox Press, 1992
Despite a life of goldfish when a youngster, I've only ever written one goldfish haiku, from a British Haiku Society residential event:
scattered leaves on a pond
[two line haiku]
Publications credits: Albatross, The Constanza Haiku Society, Romania
Vol. III No.1 Spring-Summer/No.2 Autumn-Winter 1994
The question comes as a surprise in the midst of the daily or mundane (as children's questions so often do). A goldfish bowl is an excellent 'objective correlative' for the idea of the (invisible) limits to our lives.
There's a lot more to this one than the usual run of 'cute kiddie ku', as you show in your selection of 'goldfish bowl' to juxtapose with the question.
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