Another definition of a Haiku
'... seek to convey a sudden awareness of beauty by a mating of opposite or incongruous terms.'
'...the classical haiku characteristically fuses motion and stillness.'
e.g. in Snow Country, Kawabata fuses senses 'roaring silence of a winter night' or 'round softness of the sound of running water'
'In the best of the dialogue (in Snow Country) one brief sentence, often a double entendre, is exchanged for another.'