For Haiku Bones
And NaiSaiKu Challenge?
And The American Sandwich
Fraught with anticipation
Six hundred twenty five gig
Six hundred twenty five line
Here is an American Sentence, with just seventeen syllables.
Uncontrollable laughter accompanied the comedy routine.
Everyone in the audience watched a hilarious performance.
The comedian returned to his dressing room and burst into tears.
*It’s Make Your Mind Up Time.
I love you so much; I want to spend the rest of my life by your side.
*And I mean that most sincerely.
*Two “Iota’s”; as used by Hughie Green on ‘Opportunity Knocks’.
Walls + Wires
Apples, pears, plates of meat, ginger beer, brown bread, mince pies, sausage and mash.
Unfit for human consumption.
It’s not only cheeky, chirpy, Cockney chappies who understand why.
‘Found’ American Sentence
“If there’s something you’d like to try, ask me, I won’t say no; how could I?”
From the song ‘ASK’ by THE SMITHS
From the Album ‘THE WORLD WON’T LISTEN’.
Bathing in artificial light, he was refreshed but not enlightened.
Drinking his afternoon cocktails, he preferred them shaken but not stirred.
He enjoyed comments that began with the phrase ‘Not only, but also’.
We blamed it on inclement weather and intimidating terrain.