98. Haikus are easy

Haikus are easy

as long as you don’t misjudge

the number of syl



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23 thoughts on “98. Haikus are easy

  1. georgepeat says:

    Reblogged this on The mind of George.

  2. littlemissw says:

    That’s very funny

  3. Brieuse Bernhard Piers-Gûdmönd says:


  4. C.J. Black says:

    Can not write Haikus
    By following the structure
    Total frustration.

  5. Cristina says:

    I laughed so hard. Thank you! 🙂

  6. This was a wonderful way to start the day!

  7. A reblogué ceci sur Paris From the Inside Out and commented:
    I found this on one of the blogs I read (300 stories), and it made me laugh out loud. It’s really clever, and while it has nothing to do with Paris from the inside or the outside, I thought I would share. Thanks to my blogging friend.

  8. Chess says:

    So true.

  9. file this under a poem I wish I had written!

  10. kingzoko says:

    Fantastic! Such hilarity in so few words. I love it.

  11. diligentmonster says:

    My favourite haiku 😉

  12. dustbunnymom says:

    Love it! Thanks for the laugh!

  13. aviottjohn says:

    Very clever, very funny!

  14. hey there, I’ve loved this post for a while now. Would you mind if I “published” this at this new online humor mag I am starting? Info here: http://backhairadvocate.wordpress.com/

    • As long as you give appropriate credit and add a link to my blog, you’re welcome to do so.

      • hi, I missed this response. Sorry! I would love to post this, and yes, of course, I will credit you and mention your blog. I typically include a writer’s short bio. I can just take a line from the interview you have on your About page, but let me know if you wanted to send one over to me. Thanks! — Ian

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