Ah, the haiku. That ancient form of succinct phrase poetry, juxtaposing images or ideas, punctuated with syllabic constriction and line breaks, adhering strictly to the 5-7-5 structure.  It is the yearning for revelation shared by author and reader. I hope to share a kind of revelation with you! Because, as with other forms of poetry—ancient or otherwise—I am a master of the haiku. A wielder of delicate words, a wizard of the beauty poem. I provide the following evidence as representative of my haiku acumen (which I call haikumen).


midget slime ogle
pinheads giggle gulp and drool
fat man counts his dough