Sunday, January 6, 2013

Haiku Hopelessness

If you follow me on facebook (and I mean my real self, not Kirb Appeal.  I never check Kirb Appeal.  I have come to grips with the fact that I am not a brand, I am just a weird middle-aged white woman trying to keep up with the youngsters, which is not really working out for me), you know that I write Haiku.  Lots and lots of Haiku.  And I get a lot more responses on my haiku than I do on my posts, so I'm going to post some of my DIY Haiku and see if it generates any comments. *snort*

So here goes:

Haiku with a picture, for you visual learners:
Cats are really bad
While I am at work all day
They get into $hit.

Haiku for my little pad sander:
O little sander
You have made my life so good
Sanding all that wood

Haiku for DL:
I am glad you helped
I should not use power tools
And reaching is hard.
(For my husband who missed the first 30 minutes of the ND football game because I needed him to help me. And no, you cannot have him--he is mine.)

Here's a Haiku for all my bloggy friends:
  Aaah! Vindication!
Nate Berkus says it's alright,
I can have tchotchkes.


Laura from Top This Top That said...

Tchotchkes only if the cat doesn't get into to them!

Andrea said...

Talented Kirby...everyday it's something new...super fun lady!

Bliss said...

Well since I want you to feel lighter and younger I will leave a comment.... I will also pack up my Tchtchcotchchachaies and mail them since it is ok with Nate.


Kim said...

I googled Haiku
As I did not understand
What you were up to :)

I learn something new everyday here. Thank's teacher.

Heidi @ Decor & More said...

I heart your haiku writing prowess. And all hail the tchotchkes!!
Have a great Monday ~ xo Heidi

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

You are the haiku queen! Love them all ...

:) Linda said...

I too like Haiku
Thanks for sharing yours with me
They are a good read

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