Sunday, April 16, 2017

Rain (An American Sentence)

I'd rather freeze my ass off in the fucking rain than read your haiku.

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For the weekend mini-challenge at Real Toads. An American sentence is 17 syllables in linear order.

17 comments:

Frank Hubeny said...

Very humorous!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Cackling. Your sentence, I hate to tell you, is just two syllables off from BEING a haiku. Ack!

Kerry O'Connor said...

Can't say I wasn't expecting a bit of sabre rattling. According to Ginsberg, it's not a haiku if it's a sentence... but I think it is.

De said...

Ha! What fun! LOVE this.

Debi Swim said...

Haiku - American sentence.... let the race begin.

grapeling said...

laughing out loud. perfect ~

Sanaa Rizvi said...

*Rolling over the floor laughing* Kudos!

Outlawyer said...

Ha! But what if the rain is warm? (No, no--not a request to read haiku.)

rhymeswithbug.com said...

To the point!

Sioux Roslawski said...

So, am I reading this correctly? You do not care for haikus? ;)

angieinspired said...

hates haiku. bravo for even showing up. you are too funny

Thotpurge said...

Ha ha.. humour packed into that stretched haiku!

Margaret said...

I read this challenge and wondered about you immediately! HA

Jim said...

Give em Hell, Shay, their Mama's a mare that can't eat hay, I don't eat oats. I'm with Margaret as I wrote mine. It was Senryū but that doesn't cut it with you either, it's okay.
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Dani H said...

bwa ha ha ha ha!

you know i changed the name of my blog because you hate haiku.
(smile)

miss you Sis!

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

LOL (although I know you're serious).

Yeah, but did you have to top it off by showing us all how it's done?

Susie Clevenger said...

lol.... I'm with Rosemary. You smack us with a haiku.