29 01 2009

Haiku: is a form of Japanese poetry. Each stanza has three metrical phrases with the same pattern of syllables. 5 (first line), 7 (second line), and 5 (third or last line).

I’ve contributed the first stanza of this haiku just to get you started. Next we need another 5 syllable line in order to get the next stanza started. For this poem we’d like you to contribute one line each.

Earn more never stop

scrimping scraping saving: slave

to the paper pound. (Student, Egham)





2 responses

30 01 2009
Jamie KK Wright

Sterling efforts make

2 02 2009
Darren Paskell

Printing; passing pulp-fiction

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