The Infinite Haiku

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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Rel Constant » Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:33 am

Lion of Lions wrote:
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.[/quote

Did I not make a good double meaning joke (run after it to catch it.) Sorry.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:42 am

Rel Constant wrote:[/quote

Did I not make a good double meaning joke (run after it to catch it.) Sorry.
you are on excellent form.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby tinderella » Mon Jun 22, 2009 6:09 pm

Forgive my ignorance.

What is an 'irish wristwatch'?

Hope the knees are better.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby lazariuk » Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:36 pm

tinderella wrote: Hope the knees are better.
and you find some diamonds
maybe 18 of them
Everything being said to you is true; Imagine of what it is true.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby tinderella » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:13 pm

conceptually
the diamonds under his knees
have caused all his pain
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby lazariuk » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:37 pm

tinderella wrote:conceptually
the diamonds under his knees
have caused all his pain
not if he is laying on a bed. I was thinking of when leonard broke his knees and said that he found 18 things worth penetrating into. I have looked into them and they seem like diamonds to me. It was just a friendly wish to someone I don't know well. Maybe he is like leonard.
I broke my knees .......... I began really understanding that there were these eighteen steps and that they were a ladder and that these were a way of preparing yourself for the day if you really penetrated each of those paragraphs
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby tinderella » Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:43 pm

Ah Jack, I was just continuing the thread from the last Haiku and I think the first line was ... conceptually....

Don't take it personally. Remember, it's all just fun from a bunch of scribblers.

I really liked your Leonard quote... I never read it before
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Cate » Tue Jun 23, 2009 4:51 pm

Have caused all his pain -
poems with dodgy rhythm
laced with flat cat rhymes

Lion are you really running again and more importantly can you sit crossed legged on the floor?
You've motivated me. If you're running after only a couple months, I could certainly lace up my shoes and make it to the front door. I love to run but for whatever reason haven't been, I have no idea why because after the first 15/20 minuets it feels great and as I haven't given up my love for cookies it's probably a good idea.

p.s. - my haiku is allowed as I'm sure that my own dodgy rhythm has had him pulling his hair on more then a few occasions
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:28 pm

Cate wrote: Lion are you really running again and more importantly can you sit crossed legged on the floor?
You've motivated me. If you're running after only a couple months, I could certainly lace up my shoes and make it to the front door. I love to run but for whatever reason haven't been, I have no idea why because after the first 15/20 minuets it feels great and as I haven't given up my love for cookies it's probably a good idea.

p.s. - my haiku is allowed as I'm sure that my own dodgy rhythm has had him pulling his hair on more then a few occasions
listen, I only run to escape all the people chasing me

"come back and finish that Haiku, you bastard"

"come back and finish your breakfast, you bastard"

"come back and finish me, you bastard"

"come back and finish your Finnish lesson, you bastard"
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby tinderella » Fri Jun 26, 2009 9:52 pm

laced with flat cat rhymes
is quite difficult to say
after drinking wine
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Lion of Lions » Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:16 pm

tinderella wrote:laced with flat cat rhymes
is quite difficult to say
after drinking wine
bloody hell, Tinds - you have revived the Thread of Doom. No good will come of it, mark my words. ... Mark, where are my words, I asked you once already.
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby tinderella » Sat Jun 27, 2009 9:14 am

Ah so sorry darlin' Lion............... it's the wine, fhe feckin' wine...............

I was bored and had nothing of interest to say on the other threads, I don't have your eloquence :D
Have a brilliant weekend and I will leave this thread of doom then
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Violet » Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:32 am

after drinking wine
as of this night's surrender
not a word was said



.. and now back to editing..
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Re: The Infinite Haiku

Postby Grecian man » Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:15 am

not a word was said
A most perfect wife was found
Tight lipped almost bound

Hope you're forgiven for the revival of this thread Violet
have I got 5 or 6 in the last line ? confused
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 imaginary friend » Sat Aug 29, 2009 9:01 am

I think your last line has the requisite 5, Grecian Man.

Forgive me – just cannot resist your last line :razz:

Tight lipped almost bound,
(in pleasure? For perfection?)
the journey began

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