Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
It's late (or early)
But my passion for Haiku
Demands a new thread
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Posted by Julie (+413) 13 years ago
Brian's too funny
His talent runneth over
Truly speaks his mind
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Posted by Sarah Peterson (+380) 13 years ago
Befuddled by Lost
A waste of my Wednesday night
Answers we won't get.
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Posted by Kacey (+3153) 13 years ago
Winter spring winter
Snowfall rain thunder lightning
March in Montana
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Richard Bonine rights
the wrongs of leftist writers.
He's wrong but still writes.
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3718) 13 years ago
even in a thread
made for sharing poetry
insults must be flung

you are all stupid
your politicians are wrong
mine are the good ones
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Posted by Julie (+413) 13 years ago
WAY cool everyone! Wendy ~ you need to be discovered! And published!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
even in a thread
made for sharing poetry
insults must be flung


Ah, but you are mistaken, Levi. I made this thread for the exact purpose of flinging insults! Mwahahaha!

(or, in proper form ...)

Thread made for Haiku
Is a front for lobbing bombs
At one's opponents

Rick, Richard and Kyle
All fall short of Jim when it
Comes to spewing bile

'Cinched purse' is only
Definition Richard knows
Of 'conservative'

Conversely, 'Open
Wallet' is what a 'liberal'
Is to a Bonine

Enlightenment comes
Slowly to those who have their
Eyes and ears sewn shut
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Best of luck today,
Tomorrow and Saturday
Cowgirls go, fight, win!
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Posted by Julie (+413) 13 years ago
YOWZA! Brian! Quit your day job!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
YOWZA! Brian! Quit your day job!

Oddly enough, I
Have indeed "quit my day job"
As I now work nights
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I like to Haiku
Would you too, like to Haiku?
It's easy if tried

Some say, 'stop this now'
I say, 'get bent,' I shall not
Haiku continues ...
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Glendive girls lost game
Path now clear for Blue and Gold?
Keep eyes on prize, ladies
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Posted by Julie (+413) 13 years ago
Spring Training down south
Junior back where he belongs
M's win division!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Eye for sports I've not
Sweat, spit, bulging muscles are
for others, I'll watch.
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Posted by TALBOT (+256) 13 years ago
I've never tried this but ...... here goes.

Obama has won
Republicans don't like it
Don't be sore losers

Dodgers got Manny
he will hit the ball so hard
it will leave the yard

Baseball it is back
the smell of fresh cut green grass
Spring is in the air

Sun came out today
there is new grass on the field
I play second base
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Posted by Sarah Peterson (+380) 13 years ago
[removed--sorry! too much like another earlier post!]

And sticking with the baseball theme:

Yankees buy players
But Costanza should manage
Maybe then they'd win.
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1886) 13 years ago
T.O. is now gone
The Cowboys might be better
I really hope not

Look at this big graph
It proves global warming false
Rick finds this sh*t where?

The Cowgirls will rule
Glendive out of the picture
Crying pale blond girls

A-Rod is F**k-Rod
Will not play for a long time
Eat dollars, Yankees
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
TALBOT, you're a natural!

Here's another haiku to cleanse our palates after Bob's soiled effort.

Swearing in haiku
Offends my girly senses
Please don't do it, Bob.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
April rears its head.
What will happen now? Refund?
The tax man cometh.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Frak! and Felgercarb!
Battlestar Galactica
Has but two shows left

The aforementioned
"Curse" words are intended not
To offend Wendy
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1886) 13 years ago
Bad news for mule train
The Bobcats beat the Grizzlies
Adios Hasquet
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I have never cared
Nearly as much for men's hoops
As I do women's
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Re: Daylight Savings Time


Morning comes too soon.
Just one more hour of sleep.
Aaagh! The light! The light!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Come, poets. We can't let this thread disappear.

March. The cruelest month.
It snows, it rains, sun peeks out.
Make up your mind, geez!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Mountain lions, or
Cougars are the greatest scourge
Man has ever known
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Is it wrong to want
Accountibility for
Anonymous posts?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Worst movie ever?
Without question: "Pure Country"
It is on right now
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Zimmern's bizarre foods:
Tempura chicken gonads
I think I will pass
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1886) 13 years ago
Tonight will be cold.
Will tomorrow be warmer?
Hope springs eternal.

Bobcats beat Wildcats!
Beating Grizzlies was no fluke.
Portland State is next.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Good night, my fellow
Miles City dot commers
It is time for bed
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
This haiku habit
has seeped into other threads.
Will it ever end?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I have been the one
Seeping Haiku into threads
Other than this one

Will it ever end?
Not if I've anything to say
In this discussion
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Oh my God! Haiku!
In my brain, in my brain. Help!
Can't we use blank verse?

I speak in Haiku
to my friends and family
They stare, mouths gaping.

Next haiku will seep
into my work with clients.
They will run, screaming.

Tax time is better.
It is spiced up with haiku.
What is next? Shakespeare?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
The Surgeon General:
Haiku seepage shown to be
Hazardous to health
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Our wise webmaster
finds haiku irritating
censorship is worse
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Posted by BeerNut (+61) 13 years ago
As Yoda would say,
Gagged your account will be now,
Done it now you have.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17660) 13 years ago
Webmaster's stomach
Aches from eating bad sushi
Lashes at poets
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
five seven and five
strange poetic mutation
thank god it's now fenced
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+10030) 13 years ago
Gunnar . . . is this your blog?
http://bostonhaiku.blogspot.com/
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Problem's solution:
Start a Haiku mirror thread
For every issue
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
When Haiku's banned
Only outlaws shall Haiku
Let my Haiku go!

It seems that Shipley
Likes to write only in Morse Code
Dot-dot-dash-dash-dot

Income tax (dot-dot)
Is the bane of (dot-dash-dot)
Rob's life (dot-dot-dot)

If you're clever
You may notice a message
Hidden in Haiku
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Beernut, that was great!
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Posted by tom regan (+2675) 13 years ago
Hauiku's are easy
Sometimes they do not make sense
Refrigerator
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Apparently, Tom
spelling is not your forte
no apostrophe
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
Wendy, look up forte.
You used the musical word.
Are you corrected?

I just got louder.
Now that would be a forte.
Don't shout back at me!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Dictionaries show
That words often have more than
Just one meaning, Derf.

http://www.merriam-webste...y/forte[1]

Is it possible
That Wendy was referring
To part of a sword?

Or Perhaps, Wendy
Was stating that spelling was
Not Tom's "strongest point."
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
I'm thinking it's so.
Words, like creatures, will evolve.
Forte becomes forte.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Thanks a lot, Derfman.
You caused me to doubt myself
I know my fortes!!!!!!

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Posted by Hal Neumann (+10030) 13 years ago

Jedi Obi Wan
say: Wendy feel the fortes
tax day soon is here.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Hal, you are too cute
Star Wars haiku is the best!
Stop using my name.
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
"You killed my father!"
Luke said, while Vader replied,
"I am your father."

Electric sabers--
the Jedi weapon of choice.
Do their blades have fortes?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Excellent, Derf!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17660) 13 years ago
Sitting on the ice
Wind blowing perch not biting
Green chile stew time
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17660) 13 years ago
Ever so freezing
Wapiti Bob brings brandy
At last life is good
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
Will haiku gurus
miss cryptic message posted
in 666 thread?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Apparently, yes.
I can't find your message now
Can you repeat it?
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Posted by Mary McClarty (+86) 13 years ago
Green Beer
Guiness and Kilarney
Irish eyes are smiling

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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
Okay, my short talk
with the mythic street preacher
is really haiku.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Is that all it was
I figured that out right quick
give me something tough



Mary, that is not haiku!! Give it another try. I know you can do it.
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Posted by Sarah Peterson (+380) 13 years ago
Green says St. Patrick;
We took it to mean our beer.
Today I miss Butte.

I saw the webcam--
Men wearing coconut bras.
Man, I still miss Butte.

But it's cold o'er there,
And I'm not even Irish--
I'll hit the Bison!!

Cheers!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
One St. Paddy's day
I chanced upon dancing Finns
I miss Butte also.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I'm part Irish, but
For St. P's, I'm indifferent
I care not for Butte

What is Butte, if not
A bigger, more self-centered
Version of Glendive?

Butte has: Berkeley Pit
No trees, obnoxious natives*
Lots and lots of drunks

* By natives, I mean native residents of Butte. I do not mean Native Americans, lest Jimbo be offended.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
The love for Butte Town
is a taste I acquired
from past, genes, husband
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Posted by TALBOT (+256) 13 years ago
Live Music Friday
at the Elk's Club we will meet
You're in for a treat!

Looked like Spring last week
but then got cold and cloudy
bring back the Sun...Please

March Madness is here
make sure to mark your bracket
put cash on Memphis

Got to go for now
will write more Haiku later
I'm addicted now!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Haiku like Lay's chips
No one can compose just one
Not even Webmaster
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Intoxicating
Addictive, habit-forming
Haiku owns your soul
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
even while talking tax
haiku seeps into the mix
tax law needs haiku!
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Posted by Sarah Peterson (+380) 13 years ago
Barack picked NC
Do we follow his choices?
I went with Memphis.

If he's into sports
He can fix the BCS
And make a playoff.

Then he'll get baseball
Free of enhancing secrets--
Bonds, Clemens are OUT!

Barack can save us
if not the economy,
Hope and change for sports!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Winning the battle
Is not worth losing the war
Lesson now learned

Not my strongest suit:
Leaving well enough alone
Must pet rabid skunk

In Bizarro Land
Up is down and black is white
Winning is losing
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Rob Shipley's world view:
Black helicopters, chemtrails
Aluminum hats.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
bump bumpity bump
bumpity bump bumpity
bump bumpity bump
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Posted by Derf Bergman (+589) 13 years ago
Isn't the third phrase "bumpity bump bump?"
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Come Armageddon
An 'L' will be stamped on the
Foreheads of the 'Saved'
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Into the sunset
Galactica and the Fleet
Literally went

Best Show On TV
Battlestar Galactica
Thanks for memories
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Thought of losing thread
So devoted to Haiku
Terrifies Wendy
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
The geeks have taken
over haiku for heinous
purposes. I cry.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Wendy, don't knock it
Into world I brought this thread
I can take it out

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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Haiku is bigger
than Brian A. Reed's ego.
Haiku forever!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Miles Town is burning.
Our hearts are heavy with grief.
We will soldier on.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Wendy - your last post
Was the best Haiku posted
On this thread thus far
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Thank you.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Smoke in window frames
Timbers licked by windswept flames
Sweat and tears pour down

Tragedy today
One hundred years swept away
Sunrise tomorrow
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
My friend, Mr. Craddock
Has contributed Haiku
Sweet mother butter!

Let healing Haiku
Give enlightenment to those
Who had once doubted
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Haiku poetry
Lights fires of Inspirado
Builds, does not destroy
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Excellent haiku, people!
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Sweet mother butter??? Brian, good lad, thou doest crack me up!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Oh goodie, a new haiku form.


Old English Haiku
Prithee, shall I compare thou
to a summer's day?



p.s. to Brian. "My friend Mr Craddock" is 6 syllables. This fire has really shaken everyone up so I'll give you a pass.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Damn! Alas! Alack!
I have made my first error
Counting syllables

D'oh! "Mr. Craddock"
Alone has five syllables
Without phrase, "my friend"

-or-

Without "My friend"
Phrase: "Mr. Craddock," has
Five syllables - D'oh!

With my head hung low
And my shoulders slumped, I shall
Somehow persevere

Second guessing, I
Find myself questioning each
Line of my Haiku
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Here Brian - let me help you out...

My friend, Sir Craddock
Has contributed Haiku
Sweet mother butter!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Or this:

My friend, Sir Crapduck
Has contributed Haiku
Sweet mother butter!

Master Duck of Crap
Is the title you now have
For calling me out

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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Wendy I really felt yours! Beautiful
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Young Reed miscounted
Now from Haiku throne he's been
quickly dismounted
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Sir Reed was mounted?
By whom and for what purpose?
Was he stuffed as well?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
For the love of Mike!
I'll not be foiled by one slip
No abdication!

Heavy is my head
Both from crown and my ego
I have a strong neck

You can have my crown
Only when it rolls off my
Cold, dead cranium

With an iron fist
I, King Reed, rule my kingdom
Only one, there be

Wendy and Craddock
Two would-be throne pretenders
Now face banishment

But I speak in jest
They're two of my favorites
On MC dot com
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Reed's always a card
Now a veritable bard
Chaucer of haiku

Shakespeare he sure ain't
Nor anything like a saint
Chaucer of haiku

Just like his namesake
Hoisted on a sharp rake
Chaucer of haiku

Ribald and nasty
with questionable past, He!
Chaucer of haiku

Now we're stuck with him
We've grown used to his loud din
Chaucer of haiku

Whether hot or cold
Brian A. Reed writes so bold
Chaucer of haiku

So I'll bow my head
Because more I do dread
Chaucer of haiku
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Posted by TALBOT (+256) 13 years ago
Here are my thoughts on the fire (in Haiku form of course):

Rage of fire and flames
Buildings not people were lost
We shall overcome.

Fire trucks from afar
Showed up to help with the fire
Miles City thanks you.

Business Folks in need
People with lives in shambles
Helped by those who could.

Banding together
Good citizens of Miles Town
Won't let Main Street down.

We came together
Once again in time of need
Next step...Rebuilding
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
To Steve:

I salute you, sir!
You are a conscribed soldier
In Haiku army
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Steve, my good friend
Have I somehow offended?
Or are you kidding?

My snark is a front
Heart of gold beats in my chest
So I tell myself

All snaps are in jest
To bring humor in drab times
No harm intended
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
I did not intend
To post verse so alarming
our friendship to bend

So now disarming
Let relationships mend
once again charming

Brian - All in fun, mi amigo. Steve

P.S. It was the "Crapduck" that did it!!!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Paranoia's gift:
Having honor of posting
Thread's one-hundredth post
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Nasty, brutish, short
Life's not fair, but still precious
Enjoy time we have

Nine or ninety years
Or a lifespan eternal
Life is beautiful

Without nurturing
Nothing can grow, but with love
All things possible
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Sir Reed and Crapduck
You may be the Haiku kings
But I am the Queen

All those in the realm
know where the true power lies
The Queen is Supreme!

But I show mercy
to those of lesser status
Reed may be Jester
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Wow!! you guys are good...
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Does this work?

Unfamilair warmth
Earth floor at its turning point
New spring birth abounds.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
In Karate Kid,
Kreese: "Mercy is for the weak!"
Cobra Kai concurs
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Working extra shift
Coworker called in half-dead
Damn, I am tired
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Kaze: Works for me -- NICE!

Talbot: Great work! I especially like the optimism at the close.

Brian: Congrats on your Centennial post. As Father of this thread, you deserved to be Thee One.

Finally, Wendy. Yes indeed, thou art Her Royal Majesty. You'll notice I chose NOT to tangle with your haiku sword.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Finally, Wendy. Yes indeed, thou art Her Royal Majesty. You'll notice I chose NOT to tangle with your haiku sword.

That's a Haiku forte, Steve.
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Wow! Thanks everyone, Im not sure I'll be able to pull my head out of the clouds today. You sure no how to make a girl feel good.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Brian: "That's a Haiku forte, Steve."

Touché, Sir Chaucer.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Chaucer depiction
I most identify with
Is Paul Bettany's

Little doubt, Paul is
A happily married man
Mr. Connolly
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
You guys are hilarious.

Kaze, fantastic haiku. I think you'll give us a run for our money.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Kasey Landon Reed
Is my first son; my second:
Duncan Cody Reed
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Thanks Wendy
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Winter backsliding
Boxed by overcast cage
Feel as low as clouds.
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Good effort, Kaze, but a haiku form is 5-7-5. Your middle line only has 6 syllables.

Spring said "Hello there!"
It was sunny, warm, breezy.
Winter shot it dead.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Three-thirty a.m.
On Milescity dot com
Not really hopping
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Now one hour later
There is still no one online
Weak conversation
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I've now passed Gunnar
I now have more posts than he
Whoop-dee-dee for me!
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Darn I already lost my crown
How about this?


Winter backsliding
Boxed in by overcast cage
Feel lower than clouds
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2737) 13 years ago
Kaze - You deserve a crown and a half for that one! You captured the moment perfectly - which is what haiku is all about.
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Thanks Steve!
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Posted by Kaze (+56) 13 years ago
Wendy you definitely captured how I felt yesterday.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Fact: Oompa Loompas
Wilt crops, steal kids, plot and scheme
Pure evil writ small
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Patriotic post
Seventeen-seventy-six
I bleed Red, white, blue
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
An Ode in Haiku to the new liquor laws here in Utah.

Private clubs no more
But what about the children?!?!
Home brewing legal
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
The worst threat to kids
In Utah culture today
Is not alcohol
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
I am not upset
By taxes, but by people
Who gripe about them
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Oh, where has March gone?
This year has passed too quickly
Time to renew plates!?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Reading "God's Demon"
Lesson learned: forever is
long time for soul-bricks
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Some things I love:
Family, knowledge, home and peace
And of course ... Haiku!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
So soon we forget
that form which sets hearts aflame
Haiku forever!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Gone, not forgotten
Haiku thread has now returned
Rejoice, one and all!
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
Two-thousand and nine
Is my current post total
For the love of Mike!
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6170) 13 years ago
Standard? itemized?
Deductions galore or scarce?
Live or die, you pay.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6113) 13 years ago
How appropriate
That one-thousandth post of year
Be in Haiku form!

Only Hal Neumann
Can make a similar claim
We both post a lot

[This message has been edited by Brian A. Reed (5/4/2009)]
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