Write a Silly Haiku
Corwin: I find the Haiku to be a wonderful method of free-form verse... it derives order from the chaotic maelstrom of random thought, as the constraints of the 5-7-5 syllabic order forces one to concisely represent a thought in a brief yet meaningful manner...
... but poetry shouldn't be so serious all the time.
The public restroom
Horrors from one stall over
Courtesy flush, please
Corwin: Oh... to those unfamiliar with Haiku ---
It's a lot of fun... try it out.
Corwin: Here... just like this...
My pants made a noise
A chorus of flatulence
I should light a match
Mask Of Dionysus: What is this, my crotch?
It is my pride and honour
Wanna try blowing?
k...........i think i need a vacation lmao
Mz D Meaner: I don't like haikus
For they do not amuse me
I like limericks
There once was a man named Corvin
His mind on insane it was borderin'
He liked to write Haikus
and act cockoos
Until everyone on Wire he was torturin'
Corwin: That's better Deb.
But we need some fresh material in here... we're on a poop tangent.
Oh... in Haiku form....
We ponder in thought
For silliness beyond poop
But our thoughts fail us
Corwin: Ummm.... your second line has 8 syllables... I suppose that answers your first question.
My day rolls along
With caffeine and nicotine
My favorite foods
CoIin: Poetry is for poofs anyway
I'm heading back to the Science forum where men are men and test-tubes are nervous