Hai-Kuul – August 09, 2005

Candy Coated Heartbreak (Requested by Drea)
It’s such sweet sorrow
Parting with someone you love
In the name of truth


Monte Carlo (Requested by Drea)
Not quite exotic
More of a home-grown machine
Down south, anyway


Gravy (Requested by Drea)
Thick, soupy goodness
Tastes like a piece of heaven
Except with more fat


Gremlins (Requested by Drea)
Cunning little beasts
Causing nothing but trouble
To all around them


Notorious (Requested by Drea)
To be widely known
But not necessarily
In the best of ways


Dr. Drea (Requested by Drea)
Sending out requests
Like there is no tomorrow
What’s a guy to do?


Oklahoma (Requested by Drea)
A great little place
Whose name is forever spoiled
By an explosion


Penguins (Requested by Drea)
The blessing of flight
Was not bestowed on these birds
But they swim like fish


Margaret Thatcher (Requested by Drea)
She was tough as nails
They called her Iron Britches
Because she was strong


Physical (Requested by Drea)
Visiting the doc
To get a clean bill of health
Can be so awkward


Electromagnetic (Requested by Drea)
A subject most feared
In university halls
Obscure equations


Cash Cow (Requested by Drea)
Quadruped banker
Doling out cash with some strings
Just like a loan shark


Gin Rummy (Requested by Drea)
Interesting game
Where saying “I have some runs”
Can be a good thing


The Breakfast Club (Requested by Drea)
Eggs, bacon and cheese
Tucked in an English Muffin
A taste sensation!


Burberry Hat (Requested by Drea)
Circular hat brim
Covering your head in style
Looks good on ladies


Drowsy (Requested by Drea)
Awake yet sleepy
Almost somnabulism
I need a nice bed


Winston Churchill (Requested by Drea)
Some call him a drunk
Others call him amazing
Me? Amazing drunk


Me Mornin’ Cuppa (Requested by Drea)
Like fire in my veins
My cuppa get me going
Like a shark whip crack


One Dimple Wonder (Requested by Drea)
It started somewhere
Then more dimples were added
To the first golf ball


Grand Gestures (Requested by Drea)
Some sweeping motions
Show a generous nature
Or crappy hand-eye


The Power of One (Requested by Drea)
The meaning of this
Is lost in a huge deluge
Of haiku requests


Pot of Gold (Requested by Drea)
At the rainbow’s end
If you look very closely
You’ll find green-man’s weed


Signed and Sealed (Requested by Drea)
Contracts are scary
It is like giving a piece
Of your soul away


Chestnuts (Requested by Drea)
A meaty flavour
So sweet yet slightly bitter
A great winter treat


22 Degrees (Requested by Drea)
The obligation
Of the landlord is to keep
This up in winter




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7 Responses

  1. Ok….that’s just too many requests from one person! 😉

  2. whoa…many many requests…. how do you do it?? 😀

  3. I’d like to say I have a sweatshop somewhere. But I don’t.

  4. yayyyyyy……..DREA S BACK….LOL Gosh..I really missd her lengthy requests…true

  5. Maybe you did. But I was enjoying writing other stuff. 🙂

  6. Blah blah blah… It’s not too many requests! Don’t these people know that I had taken a slight vacation from posting on the hai-kuul part of your blog and therefore needed to catch up? So there! And a tongue sticking out to anyone that disagrees… 😛 (in the nicest of ways ’cause I can never be mean) Thanks for writing them up and wasting so much time on me; did you actually get to eat your dinner today? LOL Cheers, Drea

  7. I barely got to eat it. 😦 Anyway. There is a new rule. Hopefully people follow it. If not.. I’ll be on the first flight on WHUPASS AIRLINES! J

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