January 9, 2008

haiku wednesday

This week's words are

train's left the station
gossip fuels naive losers
election's over

hissed gossip frightens
naive fret and station guards
wind in the branches

slander, gossip, hate
am I naive to want that
station off the air


a mouthy irish woman? ridiculous! said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH I love them and they seem to just flow from you! Jealously. I'm wearing it like a sweater right now. :)

Anonymous said...

I like the first one a lot. If you read the media reports and then go check the vote totals, you get two completely different impressions.

Thanks for the heartfelt comment.

Rose says hi as well.

Anonymous said...

If you're naive then many of us are

Exit polls should be banned as a first step toward honest elections

The media should make sure that last thing happens. They have failed incredibly in their responsibility

Sorry for the rant but your haiku was very inciteful in a good way

Unknown said...

The third one is my favorite, but the first is very befitting the current times.

Penelope Anne

paisley said...

each one perfect in every way./.. i love them all....

susan said...

way cool. thanks for the read.

Tumblewords: said...

Truth in each - provocative!

Truefaith1963 said...

very clever!
I like the third one especially

Beau Brackish said...

Very nice haiku. Especially enjoyed the first one. When will the corporate media stop picking our leaders for us?

TC said...

Last one was my favorite: nicely done.

Don't worry: I always have to look twice to see if it says pjd or pia too ;-)

Anonymous said...

really nice all three, oh yes, I would want such station that propagate nonsence of air too.. Thank you.

Linda Jacobs said...

The first and third really spoke to me! Excellent!

poefusion said...

Nice job with your haiku. I especially like the last one. As someone already said the first is befitting the times. Have a nice weekend.

Bone said...

I guess I found the third more relatable personally. Makes me think of a program or two I can't stand listening to.