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Maddie Hayes
Maddie Hayes

Feb-18-2006 02:41

Can you Haiku?
Etymology: Japanese
: an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively

Maddie got a gun
"bang bang" shot him in the head
woke up, just a dream



Oct-29-2009 16:04

Boredom tiptoes in
On little squirrel tootsies
The boards go quiet.

Molly Maltese
Molly Maltese
Old Shoe

Oct-29-2009 18:29

Like too much champagne
Haiku can make anything
sound rather profound.

Molly Maltese
Molly Maltese
Old Shoe

Oct-29-2009 18:51

Not a confession!
drunk on bubbly I am not
officer! *stumble*

I am in public
yet I should be in barchat
where is everyone? :(

Really now, arrete!
I shall speak haikus for days
damn your bumps, Squirrel!

Cordelia Falco
Cordelia Falco
Battered Shoe

Oct-30-2009 05:53

I get no kick from
champagne, but I do get a
kick from a haiku.

I'm lying about
the champagne, by the way, but
not about haikus.

Joseph Zeo
Joseph Zeo
Tale Spinner

Oct-31-2009 21:48

System overload
Both in real life and Sleuthville
Someone kill me please?

A moment of rest
Between work work and work
But barchat is blank :(

Old Shoe

Nov-1-2009 09:16

Wow wow wow wow wow
I am really bad at these
Wow wow wow wow wow

Molly Maltese
Molly Maltese
Old Shoe

Nov-1-2009 09:53

You are quite correct
but, too much sugar to care.
Happy halloween.


Nov-1-2009 09:55

L O L yoyo!
That was really terrible...
But quite fun to read.

Last night - Hallowe'en
Black cat slinks through the darkness
His name is Grover!

(Yes, I have a black cat named Grover. Yes, he made it through both Mischief Night and Hallowe'en safely. I think it's because he's so cute.)

November begins
With air crisp, like fresh apples
And leaves on the ground.

Haiku in my brain
Haiku flows from my fingers
I think I'm done now.

Keira Ann
Keira Ann

Nov-1-2009 15:38

Working nights no fun
Up all night, sleeping all day
Wasting it away.

Safety Officer

Nov-1-2009 21:49

Oh no, not Hake, eww!
Of all the fish in the sea,
I'd rather flounder.

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