Old Man Still Fooling Around with Haiku Stuff

Bonsai from my Media Graphics CD
@Ceerios (4765)
Goodfellow, Texas
December 17, 2016 9:15pm CST
Old Man Still Fooling Around with Haiku Stuff - Old Man feels keyboard Keyboard looks back at Old Man Keyboard spelling bad Old man so hungry Thinks Cheerios taste real good Forgets bowl and spoon Old Man has bonsai tree Small tree growing in small pot Pot bigger than tree Old Man thinks of friends Friends try to think of Old Man All get big headache Old Man writes small verse Small verse needs much larger pot Old Man thinks "Restroom" Haiku verse not like small tree Small pot not like restroom pot Old Man old, not young Old Man now happy Big restroom pot holds small verse Verse gone makes man smile World goes in circle Keyboards straight, not in circle Old Man understands * * * * * * * * * * Bonsai from my Media Graphics CD * * * * * * * * * *
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@rebelann (35650)
• El Paso, Texas
18 Dec 16
That was so funny ...... so I take it the old man is no longer hungry, right? Hummmm, cheeerios ..... k, time for some eggs n salsa
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@Ceerios (4765)
• Goodfellow, Texas
19 Dec 16
@rebelann - Ms Ann - Eggs and salsa would be just fine, as would salsa and chips, and salsa and fritos, and salsa and salsa - with a bit of salsa on the side (inside). Salsa and Cheerios - not so much. -Gus-
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@rebelann (35650)
• El Paso, Texas
19 Dec 16
Ok, yer so right about that @Ceerios dump the cheerios, salsa is healthier
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• Peoria, Arizona
18 Dec 16
This was cute, I love haikus.
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@Ceerios (4765)
• Goodfellow, Texas
18 Dec 16
@DesirousDreamer - Ms Felicia - I kinda like the things, too. I even gave them a whole new name instead of Haiku... "Sneeze Poems" (for "Achoo !!!" ) A little silly, that, but when you get to be my age, a little silly seems to be most helpful to the person who says such nonsense. I spent a great deal of work time in the big state of Arizona, but never did make note of "Peoria." My favorite places were Prescott (the state's first capitol) and the Globe-Miami area for its "way up high" situation and the mining industries around there, plus the native Indian tribes with whom I mostly worked in that region. It has been a while since then, but, as I recollect, the Indians were of the Sioux tribe(s). Lots of work and lots of fun, too. -Gus-