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Sunday, January 5, 2014


Another English language Haiku analog, for which, excepting the Wikipedia entry below, after seeing this form mentioned on IPF, I found zip.

In the "zip" form developed by John Carley, a haiku of 15 syllables is presented over two lines, each of which contains one internal caesura represented by a double space.[19][2

buoyed up   on the rising tide
a fleet of head boards   bang the wall
John Carley (Magma No 19, 2001)

My Example:

a mob assembled  it was great

flash-mobs  I appreciate

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