May 30, 2009

A Slew of Haiku

I was looking through my college papers and I found some surprises. A few years ago, some college friends and I wrote these haikus. It was about 1:30 in the morning and we wrote them by each doing one word and then the next person does a word and so on.

Snow falls in the house.
Holes inside roofs when falleth
Grandpa down the tree.

Botany lies well.
Bamboo falls irregardless.
Buds, suds both follow.

Paint grows in moss. Yuck!
Until mussels eat well, death.
Ev'ry kind of treat.

Thickening liquid,
Joy born of fiery sources
Flowing upward spills

Chrysanthemum is
A very long word to say.
Great is its name length.

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