The prompt from Haiku Horizons blog is ‘cat.’ Traditionally haiku references the seasons and has 17 syllables but the syllable count is pretty flexible when writing in English. And there are many modern haiku that have nothing to do with seasons! There should be a change of direction, a turning point in each haiku, usually at the last line.
I have punned on the word ‘pause’ here but not sure if it works. The slo-mo is referring to those nature programmes which slow the movement of an animal down to extremes.
your slo-mo hop
onto the window sill
pause my runaway mind