An explanation for Skeceptism:

It was written as a corrupted haiku, therefore short and abrupt in form, but containing none of the structure of a haiku. It speaks of hope/love, which is metaphorised as a raindrop falling from the heavens like manna to the people that were devoid of hope, already crestfallen. Dejected, disappointed in life. From just that drop of water amazingly it sprung a rose. While its beauty is stunning and mystifying, we must not forget that it has torns too and can prick when we handle it carelessly.

Yours truly

P.S.: “explanatio” is the Latin spelling of the same word.

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