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    Mi parolas esperanton malbone Trojan Man's avatar
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    Default Haiku d'ya say something?

    I'll write a haiku,
    Use the previous haiku's
    Last line to start yours.

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    That one's hard to start with, so I'll make an easier one.


    Mellophant haiku
    Could be about anything -
    What you waiting for?!

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    What you waiting for?
    Haikus are easy to do
    Poetry is fun

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    Poetry is fun
    Except for when you can't think
    Now what should I say?

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    Now what should I say?
    I guess I'll just say something
    To move the thread on.

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    To move the thread on
    I add my verse here today
    Shall I say some more?
    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    Shall I say some more?
    What can one say, after all
    Silence is golden

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    Silence is golden -
    Haiku sound even better
    using Zen clichés.

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    Using zen clichés
    are like butter melting on
    the surface of toast

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    The surface of toast
    Is tastiest with honey.
    Mmm. I want breakfast.

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    Mmm. I want breakfast.
    Perhaps I will have some when
    The morning arrives.
    Last edited by Sarahfeena; 22 Mar 2011 at 01:07 AM.

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    The morning arrives
    The need for caffeine is strong -
    Just like my coffee.

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    Just like my coffee,
    which I really detest--
    I prefer cold tea.
    "I won't kill for money, and I won't marry for it. Other than that, I'm open to just about anything."

    -Jim Rockford

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    I prefer cold tea
    On a lovely summer day
    out under blue sky

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    Out under blue sky,
    bury me there ways away,
    from city street crowds.

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    From city street crowds
    to the silence of the woods
    I love the weekend

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    I love the weekend
    Free sausage sizzle and beer
    Then I stagger home.


    Quote Originally posted by Oliveloaf View post
    Just like my coffee,
    which I really detest--
    I prefer cold tea.
    5-6-5?

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    Then I stagger home
    Past the houses and the cars
    lined up on my street
    Last edited by Sarahfeena; 23 Mar 2011 at 10:45 AM.

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    Lined up on my street
    Many different kinds of trees
    Kept soggy by dogs.

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    Kept soggy by dogs,
    My face is slobbered on now
    But I love them so.

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    But I love them so
    Even though I think they are
    a little stinky

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    A little stinky
    can become a big stinky
    Too many baked beans

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    Too many baked beans
    What else should I cook today
    I need a side dish

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    I need a side dish
    Back dishes and front dishes -
    Pale imitations!

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    Pale imitations
    paper flowers on the sill
    When trees are in bloom

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    When trees are in bloom
    The air is full of sweetness
    Until the wind comes

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    Until the wind comes.
    I will keep eating baked beans
    - the musical fruit.

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    The musical fruit
    Does not cause the distress of
    The humble dried prune

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    The humble dried prune
    Eaten without dignity
    Excreted, then splat

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    Excreted, then splat
    That's why the meeting's inside
    Birds shit all over
    So, I'll whisper in the dark, hoping you'll hear me.

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    Birds shit all over
    We had a nest on our porch
    Will clean it today

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    Will clean it today
    Suffocate it with soap, then
    Rinse it with water.

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    Rinse it with water
    hot, then cold, then hot again
    now that's spiffy clean!

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    Now that's spiffy clean!
    Finally all the cheese scraped
    From my genitals.

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    "From my genitals":
    very crude start to haiku
    and yet here I am

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    And yet here I am
    Writing very crude haiku
    Hey, why the fuck not!

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    "Hey, why the fuck not!"
    Trojan Man proudly declares
    In-your-face haiku

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    In-your-face haiku
    Zen isn't all fluffy clouds
    And fucking rainbows!

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    And fucking rainbows
    is quite impossible; they
    lack orifices

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    Lack orifices
    Can't eat, can't shit, then you die
    Unfortunate thing.

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    Unfortunate thing
    to lose both of your elbows;
    really quite rare, though

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    Really quite rare, though
    Is the gift of abundance.
    Where can I get some?!

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    Where can I get some?!
    Duh, at the supermarket!
    Lots o' good stuff there.

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    Lots o' good stuff there
    Buried within rolls of fat
    Check every crevice!

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    "Check every crevice!":
    Good advice for desert search
    in the Sahara

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    In the Sahara
    it is always too hot to
    Wear a tiara

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    Wear a tiara!
    Like Amy, you'll sure look great
    and that's a promise

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aY-TpWDELks

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    And that's a promise
    Made of old polystyrene -
    Easily broken.

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    "Easily broken
    is my heart," Yoda said once,
    but I doubted him

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