The Infinite Haiku

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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby imaginary friend » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:40 am

Opened for Good Chair,
but many here, prefer it
in the Naughty Chair.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby lazariuk » Sun Jun 07, 2009 4:40 am

in the Naughty Chair.
can be most fun when it's not
in the naughty room
Everything being said to you is true; Imagine of what it is true.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby imaginary friend » Sun Jun 07, 2009 5:07 am

In the naughty room,
they keep the naughty stuff. (I
don't go there, of course.)
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Sun Jun 07, 2009 8:39 pm

Don't go there, of course
I've lost my invitation
to inspiration.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Grecian man » Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:49 am

to inspiration
requires a man to inspire
by actions and words
Most of the people who want to live forever don't know what to do
with themselves on a wet sunday afternoon ...........
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:08 am

Grecian man wrote:to inspiration
requires a man to inspire
by actions and words
NO, IT'S BACK, IT'S BACK, AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH

she may be your Baby, GM, but she's old and tired. let her leave home...
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Thu Jun 18, 2009 2:23 am

Lion of Lions wrote: NO, IT'S BACK, IT'S BACK, AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH

she may be your Baby, GM, but she's old and tired. let her leave home...
Hello LOL. What happened with you and the Infinite Haiku? Shortly before the thread "died" you were posting spectacular haiku and seemed to be having fun. :?: .
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby imaginary friend » Thu Jun 18, 2009 4:02 am

LofL wrote:
she may be your Baby, GM, but she's old and tired. let her leave home...
'she'? I always thought this thread was a guy. I would have been more discreet if I'd known I was writing to a tired old lady...
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Violet » Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:46 pm

Lion of Lions wrote:
Grecian man wrote:to inspiration
requires a man to inspire
by actions and words
NO, IT'S BACK, IT'S BACK, AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH

she may be your Baby, GM, but she's old and tired. let her leave home...
by actions and words
I turn myself in, it seems
damned be valiant cause
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:47 pm

Damned be valiant cause
he rode over my garden
while saving my life.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Gullivor » Sun Jun 21, 2009 7:46 am

while saving my life
this Haiku has gone to hell
some think its a chat
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:52 pm

Rel Constant wrote:
Lion of Lions wrote: NO, IT'S BACK, IT'S BACK, AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH

she may be your Baby, GM, but she's old and tired. let her leave home...
Hello LOL. What happened with you and the Infinite Haiku? Shortly before the thread "died" you were posting spectacular haiku and seemed to be having fun. :?: .

that's very kind of you to say so, but those contributions were a mild distraction from my main tasks in Life (running again after knee ops, saying "Irish wristwatch" 6 times in a row, Saving the World etc.)

I believe that this thread is responsible for more sudden deaths than even Jack's writing.

take the last last line

"some think it's chat" , this could be followed by witty, imaginative, unexpected twisty lines, but will it?

ok time me

starting 14.44 GMT

how about

some think it's chat
aloo papri chat, spicy
fine Indian food


some think it's chat
lines which ruin home sex life
phones engaged, then wed

("engaged" is your "busy" for phones)


some think it's chat
some think it's shit, haiku thread
bores eternally


some think it's chat
but it's my stunning good looks
causing desire


some think it's chat
some think it's a hat, how odd
conceptually


ok, I've had enough,
and so have you
the time is now
14.52
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Sun Jun 21, 2009 5:45 pm

Lion of Lions wrote:ok, I've had enough,
and so have you
the time is now
14.52

Thanks for the treat, lol, the phone chat wed was it! But wait, were these billable minutes? :?
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Sun Jun 21, 2009 7:08 pm

Lion of Lions wrote:that's very kind of you to say so, but those contributions were a mild distraction from my main tasks in Life (running again after knee ops, saying "Irish wristwatch" 6 times in a row, Saving the World etc.)
FForgive me I ignored your recent surgery. I certainly hope your return to running is successful. But I must admit I was a bit concerning about what your health system put you through. Imagine them making you run after knee ops just so you can run after knee ops. :roll:
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:18 am

Rel Constant wrote:
Lion of Lions wrote:that's very kind of you to say so, but those contributions were a mild distraction from my main tasks in Life (running again after knee ops, saying "Irish wristwatch" 6 times in a row, Saving the World etc.)
FForgive me I ignored your recent surgery. I certainly hope your return to running is successful. But I must admit I was a bit concerning about what your health system put you through. Imagine them making you run after knee ops just so you can run after knee ops. :roll:
the running is my choice.

the health system insists I say "Irish wristwatch" 6 times or they will deliberately break both my knees and then force me to write haiku all day.

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