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MARCH 26, 2009 10:50AM

Dirty Haiku Thursday! Spread the.... Lust!

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I watch you often

Shuddering in the darkness

Admit you like it

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Go on! Admit it! Resistance is feudal!
ha! For some reason with the picture along with the haiku, I just find this kind of funny. It made me smile. :)
Humor and sex should always be partners! Glad it gave you a laugh!
Sorry, but it's just my delirium tremens coming on me. VERY sexy poem though, puts in mind of Peter Sellers in Being There: "I like to watch."
I feel your eyes

following my nakedness

Yes, I like it
hehehe, what a creative, little voyeur you are.
I just noticed that Ric gave your banner blinkie lights! Cooooool!
Reminds me of the cover of Nana. Your banner is so cool!!! WOW!
love it! yes, submit.......
I haven't been reading, much less commenting, on a lot of these dirty haikus. But I'm a fan of the haiku form (except the requirement for the “seasonal reference” which seems missing here, and which I personally just don't worry about—there is, after all, a reference to nature).

But this does several things that I think make it an outstanding haiku: It packs a lot of story information into a small space, seemingly effortlessly—none of the words seems other than casual, yet it establishes a reasonably complex scene. It also has the nice thing I like (and that as nearly as I can tell from reading Wikipedia is the function of the kireji, which is probably literally absent yet structurally implied) of being broken into two parallel parts, with a shift in focus between the two that reframes the scene between the two.

Oh, and it's evocative at the emotional content level, too.

High marks.
Oh, Kent.... I planned that!!!! NOT!!!

It was just my dirty little mind at work!