There is a summer hokku by Kikaku that requires very few words in English translation:
Inazuma ya kinō wa higashi kyō wa nishi
Lightning ya yesterday wa east today wa west.
Even though it has a wider time scale than most hokku, it does have a sense of concentrated power and change.
We have seen that many hokku use harmonies either of similarity or of contrast. In this verse we have the contrast of past and present, yesterday and today; and in addition we have the contrast of East and West.
That is why this hokku gives us a sense of space. There is the vast space between yesterday and today, which is in harmony with the vast space between the eastern sky and the western sky. Both are unified by the lightning.