March 14, 2012
By Karli Marulli BRONZE, Nanuet, New York
Karli Marulli BRONZE, Nanuet, New York
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People don’t listen,
Especially to haikus
They count syllables

I’m not a racist
This kimono is comfy
Oh, I get it now.

Nothing ruins rain
Like being the one loser
With an umbrella

I don’t know Morse code.
Dots and dashes mean to me,
World War II was hard

She snapped a photo
Unfortunately for us,
It was the last one

Five syllable phrase
Now one with two more than that
Now we’re back to five

The author's comments:
These are silly, I hope you are too.

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