If you have ever seen a Japanese brush painting or print with one line of writing down the side, (Japanese is written from the top to the bottom of the page,) then you have almost certainly seen haiku as it was originally written. They are unpunctuated, leaving the reader to place the emphasis where they wish, there may be more than one possibility. This makes the reader an active participant in interpreting the meaning. Here is one of my one line haiku published in our home grown ‘Wales Haiku Journal’ edited by Paul Chambers.
turning earth this heady smell of soil as we spin