Angry Haikus: Intro

Sometimes it’s good to express yourself creatively. It can be a most effective catharsis and often it’s a much healthier way of expressing your emotions than say, stabbing people.  With that in mind, quite often when I am out and about and find my patience is tried, I write a haiku about my annoyance instead of stabbing the offenders. I will admit it’s worked so far and I haven’t actually stabbed anyone to date. Sssstab. Sometimes, however, I write haikus just because they’re fun and silly. Here are some examples from the past and I promise there will be many more to come. Enjoy!

Morningside grannies.
Standard age: Methuselah.
Oan the bus to Hell.

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Oh, amorous neds,
crying out in the night;
skin flappin’ an’ aw’! God.

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Young couple in love.
Your affection slurping
Over my tunes, ew.

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inside of my face;
a build up of misery.
I cry tears of snot.

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Garden is quiet.
Thunder rips through the silence.
Sorry! I farted.

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Young bus stop boys
With your beer bottles clanking
Show me your ID.

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Bus stop jakey fight:
So Tiffany Patterson
Stole the heroin.

 

Hello.
Goodbye.
Corbie~
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