Fah-q Hai-kus continued

seventeen syllables, huh?  let’s ball, then. 

…open your ears,

and close your pie hole.

ripping you all

is my main goal.

Stoney —

burning l’s and tooting rails

helped you escape from your mental travails.

Roughty —

beer, nintendo — true classic case

could not dodge SJ’s punch to the face

Dankkk —

poems and smokes

hoes flock to his bed

his worst enemy

lives in his head

Suityourself —

up and down

stoic and clown

still burning trees

in the same fucking town

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5 Responses to “Fah-q Hai-kus continued”


  1. 1 colon farell May 30, 2007 at 6:45 pm

    suit, i couldnt help but notice that none of these are haikus. you are an idiot, and if i hadn’t already chopped your bullshit from this site, i would do so right now.

  2. 2 suityourself May 31, 2007 at 7:01 am

    here is a quote from a reputable encyclopedia — a response to my detractor.

    ***Traditional hokku/haiku required a long period of learning and maturing, but contemporary haiku is often (and mistakenly) regarded as an “instant” form of brief verse that can be written by anyone, from schoolchildren to professionals. Many writers of modern haiku stay faithful to the standards of old hokku, however some other contemporary haiku poets have dropped such standards, emphasizing personal freedom and pursuing ongoing exploration in both form and subject matter.

    Due to the various views and practices today, it is impossible to single out any current style or format or subject matter as definitive “haiku”.***

    this is, of course, what the expert said. my real response is as follows: stoney, don’t be jealous cuz i can rhyme. i can see you scowling like rusty griswald saying to yourself, “aw man, suityourself just bested me again. what can i say now to hurt his feelings and show him up on the blog?”

    if i could post a picture of the scowl, i would

  3. 3 stoneywageslave May 31, 2007 at 7:16 am

    suit- thinking it over, i do admit that your rhymes were very funny, and true. however, in my haste, i blasted off a little too early. prolly wont be the last time either….

    keep it up son, we are bending the laws of grammatical physics as we know them.

  4. 4 Roughty May 31, 2007 at 11:16 am

    A rare retraction from Stoney! Well done Suit.


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