|Reviews for Haiku about Haiku|
| Pacifist Soldier chapter 130 . 7/3/2007
Brilliantly well done. You have amazing insights on the world of internet writing and publishing. As I read, I was reminded of Sun Tsu's "The Art of War", which used short verses to discuss military strategy and tactics. Kudos to you.
| emizulu chapter 129 . 9/25/2006
That's hilarious! A gigantic collection of haikus! Crazy. My fave's A Meta Haiku.
| believe-in-futures chapter 6 . 9/24/2006
You said that you ignore poetry reviews so all I will say is advise should read advice.
| La Gitane chapter 126 . 3/5/2006
Because it's the ye-olde fantasy/medieval style!
Or else certain keyboards don't come with vowels.
| La Gitane chapter 120 . 3/5/2006
Or say it and don't publish it? I have nothing against spilling mindlessly on paper, but why in heaven's name torture everyone else with it?
| La Gitane chapter 111 . 3/5/2006
Sure, but not as a be-all and end-all!
| La Gitane chapter 110 . 3/5/2006
Don't you know? Everyone today reads 'Eats Shoots and Leaves' and professes themselves to be a SPAG nut.
| La Gitane chapter 106 . 3/5/2006
You tried Nano? That was... brave.
| La Gitane chapter 100 . 3/5/2006
Well, I hope you enjoyed it. You certainly deserve it - these are all so refreshing and delightful. You're using haikus in wonderfully ironic ways (a break from all the spirng blooms which I'm getting tired of seeing the haiku restricted to), and I really do applaud you...
| La Gitane chapter 85 . 3/5/2006
Gracias! If I come across one more bitter poem where the kid just hates on popular kids and reasserts their own social position at school...
Well, I won't do anything. I'll flip over here and have a chuckle, though. :)
| La Gitane chapter 73 . 3/5/2006
The Evil Overlord has made his entrance! How wonderful!
I love those stories - of which an embarassingly high proportion are published fantasy novels - where the villain's plan is so crazily far-fetched that it's really not surprising he failed.
| La Gitane chapter 52 . 3/5/2006
Ha! But perhaps it was an existential observation on the futility of expression in its written form?
These are still madly entertaining...
| La Gitane chapter 34 . 3/5/2006
Heavens, you were writing this ages ago! It's now a very fine 7,857.
The triumphant note in this tickled my funny bone again. :)
| La Gitane chapter 16 . 3/5/2006
I don't know why I've ever never seen this before - they're brilliant! I've just snorted my way through fifteen of these, but I had to stop and leave a comment here, because this one is just off-the-wall it's great.
If I write a long piece on watermelons now, complete with bad similes and cliches, it'll be your fault.
Thoroughly enjoyable thus far; I'll just peruse a little more... :)
| Samara-chan chapter 130 . 1/29/2006
Oh wow... I... I can't believe I read all that. 130 haikus. It all went by so fast. I just kept clicking and clicking... my... my brain must be mush by now. Especially since it SHOULD be mush, or else that's just plain weird.
Um. You are crazy. Yet brilliant. Brilliantly crazy. I'm still in relative shock here, so yeah, cut me some slack. Reviewing-ness... lol, you're so brutal to everyone and everything. I have to say I love you. I would tell you to keep writing, and that it's good, but you clearly told us not to so I shall remain silent.