I think I caught a bit of haiku fever this morning, too.I hope you haven't been taking your first one literally yourself? LOL
I like the second one the best...but, of course, it is the most traditional.
I like the 17 youthfully unemployed, smiling happily. New high school graduates?Three
Nice, a three-fer! one. I love to watch people exercise.two. Dangerous river and dragon too.three. Adults employed too and unable to support their children.
All three where interesting and thoughtful but I enjoyed the second one best.cheers, parsnip
Three haiku, most fine,leave me wanting more. Good news -Dave will provide more.
Morning nutritionDave's Haikus for breakfastMost satisfying.
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Thanks EveryoneI definitely get the impression that most folk prefer the traditional haiku, which cheers me enormously. Though the others can be fun, it's the traditional form that holds depth and gravitas - sorry if that makes me a wet blanket.The thing about the unemployed youth, was that I saw it as another example of how folk ass ume they must always smile when confronted by a camera lens - well, a few exceptions, but on the whole they do.
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