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User Info: Hustle Kong

Hustle Kong
4 years ago#11
I honestly cannot decide it TC's or Suibom's "haikus" are worse and more offensive.
Shooting Game never die.
It prays that the clover of luck be always in your mind.

User Info: kozlo100

kozlo100
4 years ago#12
The real problem here is that if this is the level of discourse you're shooting for, the limerick is the preferred form.
The problem, then, is that if subjective worlds are experienced too differently, there occurs a breakdown in communication. -- Philip K. Dick

User Info: Suibom

Suibom
4 years ago#13
Late Winter, Kong says,
"I do not like your haikus."
Now Suibom weeps.
"Indeed these are the mere edges of His ways, and how small a whisper we hear of Him!
But the thunder of His power who can understand." - Job 24:14

User Info: Hustle Kong

Hustle Kong
4 years ago#14
There's a bit of redemption. ;p
Shooting Game never die.
It prays that the clover of luck be always in your mind.

User Info: OzymandiasIV

OzymandiasIV
4 years ago#15
I love it when someone is called out for misrepresenting something else, ie Suibom's nonsense, and then blaming it on the people he's misrepresenting when they point out that he's misrepresenting them.
Sucking at something is the first step to becoming sort of good at something.

User Info: Suibom

Suibom
4 years ago#16
Then educate me. But do it in another topic. This is for atheist haikus.

And do it quick, I'm gone for 40 days starting tomorrow.
"Indeed these are the mere edges of His ways, and how small a whisper we hear of Him!
But the thunder of His power who can understand." - Job 24:14

User Info: Silviiro

Silviiro
4 years ago#17
No, this is an atheist haiku:

I am a haiku
I do not believe in god
I am an atheist
"I have seen everything that is done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and a striving after wind." -- Ecclesiastes 1:14

User Info: hamsandwich3141

hamsandwich3141
4 years ago#18
Hustle Kong posted...
I dislike enough when "haiku" is made completely meaningless by stringing a bunch together to tell some larger story. The brevity is pretty much the main point.


Though I agree with your sentiment, I'm pretty sure haiku (or very similar styles of poems) were originally strung together to make a longer poem.

Also, writing a haiku only for the syllable count and not using the kind of language usually associated with them really seems to grind my gears, like when limericks have terrible cadence.
She went after her kids with super love, they turned into drugs. - LastManStanding

User Info: Hustle Kong

Hustle Kong
4 years ago#19
Really? I haven't seen a whole lot of that, at any rate.

Also, writing a haiku only for the syllable count and not using the kind of language usually associated with them really seems to grind my gears, like when limericks have terrible cadence.


Indeed. It seems when people try to bend art to get a message across, terribleness is usually the result.
Shooting Game never die.
It prays that the clover of luck be always in your mind.

User Info: WelshGamer82

WelshGamer82
4 years ago#20
From: Silviiro | Posted: 2/18/2013 8:30:54 PM | #017
I am a haiku
I do not believe in god
I am an atheist


Your last line is 6 syllables, is it not?
http://img19.imageshack.us/img19/7020/jesustwitter.jpg
On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand. < ><
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