Bujold Bibliography in Haiku

Gili Bar-Hillel gbhillel at netvision.net.il
Tue Aug 30 12:49:52 EDT 2005


How about limericks?

There once was a young boy from London
Whose nosiness Them really frowned on
So they sent him to bound
Till their hideout he found
But he never did get back to London

Little Cat and his big sister Gwendolyn
Were orphaned and left without friendolyn
They were sent to a Castle
Where Gwen caused much hassle
But Cat turned out well in the endolyn

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Subject: Bujold Bibliography in Haiku


from a friend:

http://www.baen.com/library/1011250002/1011250002___3.htm

Now I want to do this for DWJ, but I feel like we should make it more
difficult so as not to be mere copycats.  Heroic couplets?  Rhyme Royal?
A heroic crown of sonnets?

Why do I have to make everything so difficult? :)

-deborah
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I don't suppose that I have ever been so happy.  No; was it happiness?
Something wider and darker, more like knowledge, more like the night: joy.
				- Ursula Le Guin, "The New Atlantis"

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