We usually write a haiku in three lines - one line is a fragment, the other two flow together as a phrase. Sometimes it happens that there can be two combinations with line 2 as a pivot.
But what happens if a haiku gives you more options to divide the words in it into phrase and fragment? Then it is better to write it in a line, so the readers themselves can discern the different combinations. Even some oneliners can be arranged in the shape of a ring, so you can start reading it from any word you like.
Here is one: