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Saturday, 22 October 2011

Haiku Heights # 91

Welcome to Haiku Heights. Our 91st prompt for you is SPONGE and was suggested to us by Gemma Wiseman who blogs over at Greyscale Territory. Have fun.

Here's mine:

SPONGE

Dry as a wet sponge
Sounds like horses + water
You can't make 'em drink
22102011

My Acrostic poem with 36 different anagrams of the acrostic word. The Acrostic word was Constantinople, I then shuffled up the letters and made anagrams like: Platonic Sonnet and Non Poetic Slant. You can read the complete 37 versions of this poem HERE

16 comments:

  1. Hi,thanks alooooooot.like it

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  2. an interesting play of words specially dry and wet

    nice one ~

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  3. he he he!! You cannot make them soppy!!

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  4. an interesting take. very witty. :)

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  5. Dry humour, right? sounds like a damp squid!

    ... and isn't there something about donkeys and carrots?

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  6. I am joining your site now.
    Please join mine too.

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  7. I enjoyed your dry sense of humour.

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  8. Hi MMT, perhaps it's a bit like the emperor's new clothes...

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  9. like your play on words..dry as a wet sponge

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