11.29.2005

11.29.2005

Cold little raindrops
cold little pinpricks of light
on windows become.


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11.25.2005

11.25.2005

Earned money, we have
All for this giving season.
Capitalism.


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11.19.2005

11.19.2005

A mask, is patience.
A curtain, is forbearance.
A rampart, is poise.


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11.17.2005

11.17.2005

Mom. Do, or do not.
Video babysitter.
Mom. There is no try.


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11.10.2005

11.10.2005

Payday it is, and
Sweetly sings its siren song.
All already spent.


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11.09.2005

11.09.2005

Pretty she wasn't.
Unless you count the times she
Loved you when you weren't.


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FAQ

Q. What is haiku?

A. Haiku is a Japanese poetry form. It consists of three lines. The first line is five syllables, the second line is seven syllables, and the third line is five syllables.

Q. Who (or what) is Yoda?

A. Yoda is the Jedi Master from the Star Wars movies. When he speaks, he tends to mix up normal syntax; for example, he would say "Glad I am to see you" instead of "I am glad to see you".

Q. What is Yoda Haiku?

A. Yoda Haiku is a haiku form that features reversed or otherwise disordered--but still intelligible--syntax.

Q. Why should there be a special place to post samples of Yoda Haiku?

A. Well, why shouldn't there be?


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