Friday, October 31, 2008

hallae e'en -
bygaun the baurber's
he waffs's razzor




halloween -
passing the barber shop
he waves his razor

8 comments:

  1. I like your haikus, I added your link to my blog. Thanks.

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  2. :-)))

    but the halloween lost all unkempt hair this autumn..

    but, something very funny and a bit odd about this, John..

    wishes!
    devika

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  3. haircut
    the barbers' Italian
    over my head

    Nice, John.

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  4. just right for the occasion :)

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  5. isn't the halloween over, John?
    btw, you have Halloween in Edinburgh??

    see a new one soon

    wishes!!

    i see my name among your list...but i never wrote a haiku except an occasional try..

    but i was almost regular here to see how one could use the least words in a line of poetry -- but when i wrote it was like a spontaneous overflow of uncontrolled emotions...would you like to read and let me have a comment John....the one at Soc-Pol was already done by my master...so i just put it there..:-)

    i just wanted an opinion as to whether i got some future in any form of poetry....

    hope you would read some time..

    wishes!
    devika

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  6. a story after the Finnish Civil war 1917: A barber was ready to shave a man, first the barber asked: Which side you were involved in?

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  7. Fun. Hard to spot new things on these occasions where everything feels observed over and over.

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