Haiku City

This post was inspired by a conversation with a fellow haikuist, TJ Paris, who introduced me to the words “haikuist” and “haikunomics”… I get the feeling I’ll be returning to this topic 🙂

#1
The haikuist spoke
In measured three line thought bursts
Haiku-istic’ly

#2
The haiku cleaner
Swept all the day’s dirt away
With a three-part brush

#3
Old haiku park-drunk
Slurred random haikuisms
At all passers-by

#4
Haikunomist spoke
Of voodoo haikunomics
Haiku-nomic’ly

#5
The haiku lawyer
Didn’t win a single case.
Haiku has limits…

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Author: Al Lane

Writer, Poet, Daydreamer

4 thoughts on “Haiku City”

  1. Love them! To have done less would have been a false haikuonomy. I love the drunk’s slurred haikuisms and the haikuist’s measured lines in particular. 🙂

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