Monday, June 14, 2010

Mag 18

British haiku


Pencils are sharpened,
Edward is gone – George is King,
so what is the point?
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18 comments:

  1. haha..This was great. I loved how you ended with a "point"

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  2. Perfect haiku-and to the point hahahah

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  3. a rather sharp one at that...nice haiku...

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  4. A haiku with a sense of humor. Loved it!

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  5. good grief that was good and so very clever

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  6. The point? Beating the Japanese at their own game, that's what!

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  7. Nice haiku, The point is the sharp end :)

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  8. LOL! very clever. You got 'the point,' of this magpie for sure; to just have fun!

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  9. You're the man, Mr. C!!! Very witty, I must say.

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  10. I love the simplicity of a good haiku ... yours is simply wonderful!

    Thank you for paying me a visit .... From the little I've read it wasn't always happy for Edward and Wallis when it came to their public and political lives ... I am going to pick up both of their autobiographies at the library later this week. I am intrigued with their story.

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  11. Great Haiku! I love it. What, indeed, is the point? I think it's a case of much ado about nothing.

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  12. Love this Cat! Sharp (pun intended) and witty. I know a lot of Brits who would ask the same question.

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  13. This must have rolled off your pencil! Wow..so good!

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  14. yeah, this is my kinda poetry...short, sweet and 'to the point'...nice work here, catalyst! you are always so fun to read :)

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