Saturday, May 13, 2006

Haiku Saturday

Hey! It's Saturday (well, here in the UK, it is).

That can mean only one thing. It's Haiku Saturday!

You know what to do.

Click here.

13 comments:

Brian said...

You're insane, you know that? Totally bonkers.

I LOVE that. But you're insane.

I'm thinking of making this the last Haiku Saturday. Nobody plays with me anymore. Well, all the COOL people do.

You know what's sad? I'm driving to Wisconsin this weekend to see my mother for Mother's Day and I probably won't get to see the new Who until Monday or Tuesday. GASP! How will that work?

Minge said...

Take your computer to your Mother's house.

I hope you have a good day with her.

I will mourn the passing of Haiku Saturday.

Indeed, I am totally bonkers.

Good, innit!?!?

Blog Off said...

what is Haiku?

Minge said...

It's a japanese form of poetry. It consists of three lines. The first line has five syllables, the second has seven and the third, five again.

It's fabulous.

Go to Brian's blog and see. Leave a haiku in the comments. You'll see from the main entry, there's already a haiku and instructions as to what the next topic should be. You write a haiku on that topic and leave instructions on what the next topic should be... And so on...

Go on! It's fabulous!

Minge said...

It's a japanese form of poetry. It consists of three lines. The first line has five syllables, the second has seven and the third, five again.

It's fabulous.

Go to Brian's blog and see. Leave a haiku in the comments. You'll see from the main entry, there's already a haiku and instructions as to what the next topic should be. You write a haiku on that topic and leave instructions on what the next topic should be... And so on...

Go on! It's fabulous!

Minge said...

It's a japanese form of poetry. It consists of three lines. The first line has five syllables, the second has seven and the third, five again.

It's fabulous.

Go to Brian's blog and see. Leave a haiku in the comments. You'll see from the main entry, there's already a haiku and instructions as to what the next topic should be. You write a haiku on that topic and leave instructions on what the next topic should be... And so on...

Go on! It's fabulous!

Voix said...

Haiku is very
good when you have nothing else
for Saturday fun.

Why don't you start your own Haiku Saturday, Minge?

Minge said...

I don't think anyone would play.

:(

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