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Posted By: Mr. Roboto

Posted On: Jan 22, 2004
Views: 736
A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

I'm most perceptive
Stupid Americans-
Am I really gay?


Posted By: Dr. Zhivago

Posted On: Jan 23, 2004
Views: 726
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

American beef
Contaminated for us
Makes me so hungry


Posted By: Dr. Zhivago

Posted On: Jan 23, 2004
Views: 717
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

i love the penis,
i love the wang,
no women for me


Posted By: haiku? bless you.

Posted On: Jan 23, 2004
Views: 711
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

Takes it in the ass
That sure is Dr. Zhivago
Where's that thesaurus?


Posted By: Gregathus

Posted On: Jan 23, 2004
Views: 698
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

Sorry to be a buzz-kill, but you are all morons. The only proper Haiku here would be the second one, about the beef. 5-7-5 syllables! So...

you are all stupid
can't even make a haiku
it makes me laugh lots


Posted By: illiterate dr. zhivago

Posted On: Jan 23, 2004
Views: 695
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

you are gay,
probably a grammer teacher,
and i make more money than you just sitting on my ass


Posted By: Dr. Zhivago

Posted On: Jan 24, 2004
Views: 690
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

Faux Democracy
Choose one side of the gilt coin
Get a life suckers


Posted By: Haiku? bless you.

Posted On: Jan 24, 2004
Views: 685
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

Actually, an English Haiku doesn't necessarily have to follow the 5-7-5 syllable rule.


Posted By: Trent

Posted On: Jan 24, 2004
Views: 680
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

An English Haiku?


Posted By: Martian Molly

Posted On: Jan 25, 2004
Views: 673
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

You post your sense of
Superiority like
You're not complicit

That is pure bullsh't
No one with a computer
Can claim innocence

Especially one
who can't win arguments with
Twelve year old gamers


Posted By: Haiku? bless you.

Posted On: Jan 25, 2004
Views: 667
RE: A 'Dr. Zhivago' Haiku

Haiku-poems consist of respectively 5, 7 and 5 syllables in three units. In japanese, this convention is a must, but in english, which has variation in the length of syllables, this can sometimes be difficult, so an Haiku written in English doesn't necessarily have to follow this form.


 

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