I agree with the last commentator about the repetition of words and in a haiku, I usually try to make the last line more important than the rest of the haiku. It brings a sense of drama and importance to what you're saying. At the moment, I'm slightly bored with your arrangement of words and structure of your ideas. What you're trying to say is clear, but poetry , especially haiku, goes beyond the literal, as you may know, to develop more meaningful emotions and connections with the reader.
Right now I believe your second line holds the most poetic power and then the last line lowers the poem's energy, resulting in an off-putting experience.