Haha! You had me at that title. This is awesome. Thanks for the laugh this morning.
Oh, a gloomy comment. Okay. Damn clever poets. Pffftttt.
Ha ha! Made me laugh.
Great, my first smile today!
Very funny take on the prompt.
Ha! I never read the user guide...
haha...he is in quite the pickle now...lots of fun...and i never read them either so i would be in a heap of trouble...
What wag planted this defective user guide here
lol. this is great. Love this. thanks
Look carefully, small print hidden on back page, in a foreign language, with symbols too! I loved your haiku!
Wish all haiku's were made of this kind of thing! Nice to see a fellow Scot on the Mag!
Of course - I meant that in a morbid and foreboding kind of way.........
What other kind of way would you mean, doomed, I say DOOMED, to live in this gloomy, mist-shrouded and soaking wet country? But don't despair. On the other hand . . why not?
Haiku of cold jarsWorm the jar to cracking loudSing Vienna boys
great punrenal test
I welcome your comments, the gloomier the better. I don't think there's much hope, but that doesn't mean I'm not interested in what you have to say. If you expect me to approve your comment before it appears, you're about to be disappointed. Never have understood why some hypersensitive bloggers need to see what others say before they allow the comment. Poor, sensitive wee souls.