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Early Morning Airport Poetry

2 February 2011
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While waiting for our recent early-morning flight to Bangkok (and apparently delusional from lack of sleep), we noticed the line next to us was exceptionally long. Stepping back to see the destination, we were inspired to express ourselves through the majesty of syllabically-restrained poetry.

Haikou inspires Haikus

Note to self today:
Line for Haikou is real long.
Refrigerator.

 

Take that Longfellow. Who’s the poet that knows it now?! BOOM!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. debbie permalink
    2 February 2011 7:19 am

    Wow! I am impressed. This is genuine Haiku: 5/7/5 syllables, concise yet simultaneously conjuring the depths of the soul. kinda.

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