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Wednesday 20 January 2010

Haiku #20

Ten minutes does a Catholic
A Baptist can take hours
Some use sermons for a nap


Friko said...

preachers of congregation?
in both cases.

Friko said...

blast, that should be 'or'.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Let's face it Dave, some sermons are best slept through.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Let's face it Dave, some sermons are best slept through.

Kass said...

This begs for an illustration.
I feel a book of Haiku coming on, perhaps with Mervyn Peake-like illustrations

LR Photography said...

Some sermons Dave you can sleep through!

Anonymous said...

Hi Dave, I'm not very skillful in writing poetry, but I do like to write haiku. I once had a blogger of dark poetry write me a dark haiku once. Wish I could find it. Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Stephen Tremp

ArtistUnplugged said...

Amen Dave!

Conda Douglas said...

Fun and silly, although should be posted on a Sunday.

Cloudia said...

That's why many preachers shout!

Aloha, Dave

Comfort Spiral

Elisabeth said...

The Catholic sermons of my childhood took longer than ten minutes, at least they did in my memory. Even so sleep was out of the question. Daydreaming was the only option.

Unknown said...

Hi Dave,

Given our supposedly short attention span, brevity is all!

Tess Kincaid said...

Baptists can scream for hours, but you certainly can't sleep through hell, fire and brimstone!

Dave King said...

A possibility I had not considered!

Can't argue with that!

Yes it does, I agree. I shall look forward to that one.

Mmmm Most, if I really tried.

Hi and welcome. Thanks for visiting and thanks for commenting.

Artist Unplugged
Hallelujah! Thanks.

Agreed - all three.


I went to Hogh Anglican. Can't recall the sermons at all - must have slept!
Later I became a Methodist. There they averaged 40 minutes.

Or is that the reason for the short spans?

No, guess not.

Raj said...

i m the latter. i sleep hours in sermons. :)
engineering sermons.