32nd Challenge Result (breaks “The Great Haiku”)

March 23, 2009

Happy Monday! Before I get to jenny t’s pick, let’s go over this week’s wonderful haiku!

CuJen took us to Fashion Week:

For mischief, may hem
your pants closed at the bottom.
Catwalks spur cat fights!

Ben showed a little regret:

“For mischief, mayhem!”
I see now, was a very
bad wedding toast choice.

and then reminded us again why he shouldn’t be a wedding planner:

For mischief, mayhem,
some use firecrackers indoors
but I like greased pigs.

mattrix was our yogini:

“Form is chi! Ef mayhem!”
cursed the spiritual, foul-mouthed
yoga instructor

And Leila took us to school:

“For ‘Mischief, Mayhem:’
S & M can be handy.”
(kinky sex lesson)

Take it away, jenny t:

I liked this one best! (They were all good though). Plus, it’s true! 🙂

For Mis’ Chief: Mayhem
will occur if Joanna
breaks “The Great Haiku”

Thanks, jenny t! And congratulations to Leila! Our new first line is breaks “The Great Haiku”. As always, capitalization and punctuation can be altered. I will probably be posting a day late next week, so I will most likely be back on Tuesday with Leila’s pick.

Yours,
Joanna

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12 Responses to “32nd Challenge Result (breaks “The Great Haiku”)”

  1. Diana Says:

    Breaks: the great haiku
    to read for 15
    minutes or the new “People”?

  2. Sam2u Says:

    Breaks! The Great Haiku
    has spoken. Stop the car to
    walk barefoot on sand.

  3. Sam2u Says:

    Breaks. The great haiku
    will have to wait until I
    get some more coffee.

  4. Leila Says:

    Breaks “The Great Haiku”
    is poetry in motion.
    Undulating us.

  5. CuJen Says:

    Breaks! The Great Haiku
    destroys everything in sight!
    Lil’ Verse? More genteel.

  6. Ben Says:

    “Breaks”. “The Great Haiku”.
    Bad nicknames, but none worse than
    poor “He-she McGee”.

  7. Ben Says:

    Breaks? The Great Haiku
    needs no breaks! I’ll do more lines!
    Paper! Pens! Cocaine!

  8. ismoon.maria Says:

    “…breaks the…?” Great. Haiku
    writer’s block reminds me there’s
    no butter in hell

  9. Alec Says:

    Breaks the great Haiku,
    Knocks free verse upside the head.
    Poetry ninja!

  10. Alec Says:

    OK, this isn’t an entry, but I think some of you would enjoy the Haiku reference in this web comic:
    http://www.xkcd.com/554/

  11. Alec Says:

    Breaks the great Haiku
    And loses license to rhyme.
    Poetic justice.

  12. CuJen Says:

    Breaks…the great Haiku
    cannot be written without
    java, muffin, mint.


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