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Anti Bush Haiku

Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 5:56 pm

Bush does indeed suck
Kerry I don't know about
He sucks too you see

"Saddam found!" you brag
But George, where oh where are those
WMD's?

Global warming looms,
You gut the Clean Air Act and
A 'Pioneer' laughs.

You preach abstinence
In the name of Jesus Christ,
Cock sucked by Bechtel.

A Georgie Haiku
Certainly must include war
Sad state of affairs.

Cleaning up Dad’s mess,
A country’s blood on my hands,
Pop another beer.

Ten more soldiers die.
Democracy down your throat.
Pump up my war chest.

The world hates my guts,
Is there doubt my daughters drink?
Thank Jesus for Blair.

I’m mad at Kerry.
He’s got a Viet-nam record,
‘wonder what that’s like?

Clinton liked interns!
This Bush? Not so picky; he'd
like to freak us all.

"Mission Accomplished!"
What mission? Duh - it's big biz
for Halliburton.

World knowledge is vast
But not that of Georgie D.
His would be half-vast.

Bush made no mistakes
Except for maybe that tie
Oh, yeah, and Iraq.

"Have you made mistakes?"
"I can't recall any now."
"Let me remind you."

Don't you get it, fool?
We all wear the blue dress now.
So, grab your ankles.

Created equal.
That's all people, my dear George
not only your friends.

Self-satisfied, smug,
Arrogant, flippant, entitled,
You are a poop.

People are tortured.
Sure, Iraqis welcome us.
We're setting them free?

Wearing my flight suit now
My crotch padded extremely
Mission Accomplished

Who, me, do my job?
That's what I hire other people for.
I'm off to the ranch!

Coffins? What coffins?
War cannot be sanitized
Here lies deadly proof

Cling to the promise
Regime change begins at home
November awaits

Kerry is no prize
But no one else can win it
Too much now to risk

They ask such hard questions!
Help, bitter old rich man,
Your sneer protects me.

I say YOU'RE the asshole
Only pin-heads
Care how "Nukular" is said.

Not me. Jesus told me
The free market is the
Hand of God, so there.

Once upon a time
we had democracy here.
Now, alas, no more.

Bush you stupid freak
You are very dangerous
You scare me badly

Ignorant or smart?
Or does it really matter?
You are laying waste.

Dubya, I free you
From my heart, my mind, my soul,
Let others be your jailer.

Too many people
Lives of the rich are worth more
They need more tax cuts

Speak against the war
You must hate America
I'll call John Ashcroft

Corporations rule
Sucking a dirty oil teet
Long Live Amoco

Proping dictators
He may be an SOB
He's our SOB

Democracy can't afford
The truth anymore
Let's build an Empire

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Postby Kimi » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 7:07 pm

Why not combine all the haiku threads into one?

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Postby Strong Eagle » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 7:23 pm

Kimi wrote:Why not combine all the haiku threads into one?


Can you say that as a haiku?

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Postby Kimi » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 7:44 pm

Last count three haiku
All are bara bara links
So mendokusai

Sorry, I use some Japanese words there. Just remember that Japanese is pronounced like Latin languages like German. What you read is what you say.
That ba in bara is pronounced like the English word bar without the r, for example.
Bara bara means scattered.
And mendokusai means troublesome :P

Can't help not using Japanese words considering it's a Japanese thingy :wink:

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Postby Guest » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 10:40 pm

Probably spelled wrong, but it's off the top off my head and from the heart. :shock:

Teo torreate kono mamaiko
Aisuruhito yo
Shizukana yoi ni,
ikario tomoshi
Itoshiki oshie o idaki.

Kimi, since you're into Nihongo so much, could you do the honors of translating for the viewers at home? Cheers.

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Postby Kimi » Fri, 03 Jun 2005 6:54 pm

Anonymous wrote:Probably spelled wrong, but it's off the top off my head and from the heart. :shock:

Teo torreate kono mamaiko
Aisuruhito yo
Shizukana yoi ni,
ikario tomoshi
Itoshiki oshie o idaki.

Kimi, since you're into Nihongo so much, could you do the honors of translating for the viewers at home? Cheers.


Hmmm I'll give it a try but I don't recognise all words there either cos they're misspelled or from old literature which I'm not familiar with...

手をとれ当て このまま iko(?)
holding your hand, just like that...
(sorry have no idea what iko would be)

愛する 人 を
the loved one

静かな 好い(?) に
quiet fondness

ikari(?) を tomoshi(?)
(Have no idea what this sentence is. The only ikari I can think of means angry which doesn't fit... You might want to get the Japanese characters of the poem to make it easier for me to translate... Written Japanese in alphabet I find to be quite confusing by now).

愛しきをしえ、を抱き
able to love, hold it (the love) tight


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