Thursday, December 02, 2004

the Discordian Haiku

This is so much better than Kerouac's American Haiku.
The Discordian Haiku is a newly designed dying artform. It consists of three lines, much like a traditional haiku. The first and last line contain 5 syllables each (therefore complying with the law of fives), and the middle line contains a total of 23 sylables. It is traditional for the haiku to follow the pattern of "statement, violent outburst, statment" or a voice rallying against mediocrity which is quickly silenced.

A morning math class
Quick drop out of school before your mind rots from exposure to the educational system
Carry the seven

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