“Who can see the wind? Who can see the wind? Neither you, nor I. But when the trees bow down their leaves, they know the wind is passing by.”
I do it to be funny. Anything that will make someone laugh. That’s me. I will make a fool out of myself if I have to.
I got a taste of awesomeness when I found out the funniest kind of poem. The Haiku. When I learned about Haikus I realized that all poems didn’t need to rhyme. How cool (and how incredibly dumb that I’d get excited about it) is that! Why in the heck would you want to write a poem that didn’t rhyme? It is like taking a picture of carpet. Boring and uninteresting. However, it can be frighteningly hilarious to see how easily you can put together the syllables in a sentence while making them awefully funny. And when you get to that point of having a Hiku-war, where you try to write better and better Haikus (being the lame-o attorneys that we are, I have to admit, my old law school classmates and I have actually done this during those boring and countless hours spent studying (or not studying) in the library), you will really learn the art of Haiku-ing.
So, with that being said:
Now, that should be a motivational Haiku. (AND I WILL BE THE JUDGE!) Five, Seven, Five. It’s that easy. You have 3 days for this contest, and the winner will recieve a gift certificate to one of my most favorite cullinary delights, The Queen of Dairy.