Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Haiku Revisited!

Haiku - Unrhymed Japanese poetic form consisting of 17 syllables arranged in three lines containing five, seven, and five syllables, respectively.

Sunlight, mirror, cat.
Prances, dances, advances.
Whiskers twitch, pounces.

Sleepless night thinking
haiku's a load of twaddle
doesn't even rhyme!


  1. The first one is great, because you have a semi rhyme on the last words of lines two and three which is cute.

    The last one made me laugh... but it wasn't really up to par ;)

  2. "Carolyn has much potential, but will always be distracted from her work by silly behaviour and an ingnorant attitude of what work really is. Can do better"


  3. *claps*

    Promoted to set 1 English for spotting the accidental deliverate mistache!


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