I’m sure someone else has already thought of it, but here goes:

First, five syllables.
Second, seven syllables.
Last, five syllables.

I’m so clever. And:

I’m not a deep man.
My thoughts are not insightful.
La de da de da.

I want to write about Bush’s speech, but my eyeballs and brain seem to be swelling. Not because of the speech; they’ve just hurt all day.

This entry was posted on Thursday, September 15th, 2005 at 9:07 PM.

7 Responses to “Haiku.”

1. MyCreativeAlias Says:
September 20th, 2005 at 12:27 PM

    Instead of “Haiku”, this post should concern the “Haka”. It would be much more entertaining.

    Ringa pakia
    Uma tiraha
    Turi whatia
    Hope whai ake
    Waewae takahia kia kino

    Ka Mate! Ka Mate
    Ka Ora! Ka Ora
    Tenei te ta ngata puhuru huru
    Nana nei i tiki mai

    Whakawhiti te ra
    A upane ka upane
    A upane kaupane whiti te ra

    September 24th, 2005 at 7:53 PM

      VINNY! I would have made an alias except i couldnt think of one that portrayed me how i wanted. SUPERSWEET87 sounded too concieted and it was my first choice. Doyle pointed this page out to me and i must say that i did not see you as the post my feelings online for people to read type. I guess i was wrong. i must say this haiku has inspired me to change my life almost as much as your inspirational speeches or your wrestles with Parker to show who is a bigger man. i hope all is doing well up in da chicago suburbs and you have met a lot of hot babes. Pearson says who taught him to not use many words when a harsh curse is suffice. We all love you and misss you terribly.

      Much love from your favorite soccer player and student

      3. Vincent Viscariello Says:
      September 24th, 2005 at 8:33 PM


        Try harder next time.

        September 28th, 2005 at 12:40 AM

          This alias sucks Mr.V. You could have been a little more creative. And thanks for trying to reply to my thoughtful post. I’m going to go see Kevin Cantfil this weekend he goes toFSU now…any words you would like to pass along i would be happy relay. Hope you arnt getting to attached to the food… i know its hard being italian and all…i know how important good food is. This is my attempt of trying harder.

          5. sparetyre Says:
          September 28th, 2005 at 12:20 PM

            Hey, i didnt believe “Too Stupid To Make Up An Alias” when he sent me this link. so how are things up in the windy city? are you enjoying teaching still ?? or have you moved on to something else. and Tony was right we miss all your sarcassam and plain making fun of all the teachers! i write you later! till then take care and have fun!!
            Your stupidest soccer player.

            6. scrappy Says:
            October 1st, 2005 at 1:23 AM

              Vincent Viscariello,
              I noticed mostly soccer players posted on this update, so I thought I would also. I am not sure if you get to see my profile and/or can easily guess who this is. A fellow soccer player would be able to tell (so long as they paid attention during the awards ceremony…). I just wanted to make you aware of my knowedge of this site (you now have one more intelligent person who will get the second level jokes… maybe not the third or fourth though… yet). Also, tell your ex-students to learn how to write.

              7. Vincent Viscariello Says:
              October 1st, 2005 at 1:18 PM

                I bear no responsibility for the writing abilities, or lack thereof, of any former students, current students, family, friends, or strangers.