bike haiku handouts



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R Porter

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[email protected] (Scott) wrote in message
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> I'm still hat in hand for more haiku if you please feed a growing page
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> scott http://www.bikereader.com/BikeReader/BikeReader.html
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> haiku http://www.bikereader.com/BikeReader/contributors/etc/haiku/BRhaiku.html
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> haiku submission form http://www.bikereader.com/BikeReader/contributors/etc/haiku/BRhaiku2.html

Nice place to go Brompton-spotting too, I see ; )

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Brian Storer

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It's as easy as falling off a bike which is why I've got trike (stops me falling off at traffic
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> [email protected] (905) wrote:
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> | [email protected] (Scott) wrote in message
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> | > I'm still hat in hand for more haiku if you please feed a growing page
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> | > scott http://www.bikereader.com/BikeReader/BikeReader.html
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> | I can't write haiku; I've tried and tried and tried and tried and tried. Sorry.
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> Oh ho ho ho ho, So very funny that is, I got a puncture.
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> Blimey, it /is/ easy...
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> Patrick Herring, Sheffield, UK http://www.anweald.co.uk
 
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David

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> > Blimey, it /is/ easy...
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> > Patrick Herring, Sheffield, UK http://www.anweald.co.uk

Spring sun glints from door Opened in my path again. Your parents - siblings.

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Patrick Herring

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| > > Blimey, it /is/ easy...
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| Spring sun glints from door Opened in my path again. Your parents - siblings.

Except I don't get that one. Shouldn't it be "Your parents - unwed." or am I missing something?

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Tim Hall

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On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 22:40:19 GMT, [email protected] (Patrick Herring) wrote:

>[email protected] (David) wrote:
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>| > > Blimey, it /is/ easy...
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>| Spring sun glints from door Opened in my path again. Your parents - siblings.
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>Except I don't get that one. Shouldn't it be "Your parents - unwed." or am I missing something?

Siblings, would in my mind, be more of an insult than unwed, wrt parents.

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