Paul Makepeace ;-)

July 22, 2005


Posted in: Language

I often forget.
Haikus should be seasonal.
I spring this on you:

English is tricky;
Which words to use, I wonder.
Hmm, stomach autumn?

(Please complete the other two :-))

Posted by Paul Makepeace at July 22, 2005 10:13 | TrackBack

To make a haiku
In seventeen syllables
Is very diffic

( borrowed from someone)

Posted by: Eira at July 22, 2005 12:45

The haiku writer
scratching, puzzled, determined.
Winter turns to spring.

Posted by: Nik at July 22, 2005 14:38

Damp air is enough:
discount seasonality.
Damn humidity!

Posted by: Nik at July 22, 2005 14:42

Sunday AM:

Rain pouring outside;
choc-lit wheelchair mudslide pie.
Drenched quenched tomatoes.


Eira-Someone-is Simon Cooper Clarke-here's another poem by him:

"Tom Jones"
Back in town in a black rolls royce
the funky hunky housewives' choice
in one fact he can rejoice
his trousers don't affect his voice

Posted by: Eva at July 24, 2005 23:59
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