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  • Beer Haiku Daily - We publish a beer haiku daily. A simple poem each day to celebrate one of life's simple pleasures. Submissions are welcome.
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  • Mortgage Haiku - A page of 5-7-5 poems relating to the current (2008) real estate and mortgage crisis. Additional poems welcome.
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  • Airless Suburban Haiku - "A cynical celebration of conspicuous consumption in haiku form." --What they said of themselves. It's accurate.
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  • Arpeggiating through the Feeblesquare - A surreal, unconventional, and somewhat postmodern exploration of the modern abyss through haiku.
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  • AsianAmericanFilm.com: Haiku Fu - A weekly haiku contest based on photos of Asian Americans in the film world. Read 'em! Write 'em! Win cheap but delightful prizes! In your face fun.
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  • Bad Haiku - A very old (10 years plus online) repository of pseudo haiku, moderated by Janis.
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  • Bar Haiku - Scanned images of haiku written in bars (usually on napkins). Fun and funny, with some X-rated, as you might expect from the "Bar Haiku Crowd".
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  • Bing Crosby's Haiku - Uses invented names in all its content, except in cases when public figures are being satirized.
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  • Bushku Generator - Cyberpoetry as from the glib lips of the Global Village Idiot. Bushku use a 3-5-3 syllable form, 'cause 5-7-5 is too darn complexicated, Laura.
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  • Cowku For Better Living - Pseudo-haiku about cows.
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  • Daily News Haikus - Witty, insightful take on the day's events in traditional 5-7-5 form. Contains links to story sources, and archives from past days. Submit your own.
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  • Dairy Lama: Land of Cheese Haiku - Submit dairy-inspired haiku poems, called mooküs. Mookü poems are submitted and displayed on topics such as art, philosophy, love, science, and adventure.
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  • Dog Haikus - A poetic tribute to the domesticated dog. Not classical, not 'artsy', just apt. Hopefully entertaining.
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  • The Genuine Haiku Generator - The Genuine Haiku Generator, powered by JavaScript, creates evocative, meaningful verse (?) using completely random combinations of individual words. Save your favorite haiku online, or send one to a friend. (May be X-rated.)
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  • Haiku by Everyone - User-contributed collection, mostly 5-7-5.
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  • Haiku Error Messages - Yet another rendition of this popular group of 5-7-5s, with a few new ones thrown in.
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  • Haiku error messages - If programmers were more into Haiku these are the sort of error messages you might see. (This appears to be the same as the original Salon.com set, see below.)
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  • Haiku-A-Day - Haiku Nurse provides an original Haiku every day. Blogged by an Oregon author.
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  • HaikuMachine - HM automatically generates "haikus" online using HM's patented 575 technology engine.
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  • Haikus for Jews - Humorous haikus, combining ancient Zen wisdom with timeless Jewish noodging. Excerpts from book for sale.
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  • haikus4hotties - Irreverent 5-7-5 syllable poetry dedicated to beautiful strangers found on Friendster and other dating sites.
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  • Hard To Swallow - Mostly absurd thoughts about the God of the Universe in loose Senryu and Tanka poetry. Food for thought and discussion. Brief comments on religious extremism, totalitarianism etc.
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  • Honku - Aaron Naparstek's attempt to combat urban traffic noise with haiku and promote his book. Includes verses, message board, and notes and links on the urban noise problem.
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  • Hot Cross Haiku - A poetry weblog featuring traditional and modern haiku by Ian Row of Melbourne and fellow hot crossers from around the world.
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  • product moment - Site marries 5-7-5 doggerel verse to the commercial world in an attempt to combine the ancient form of poetry with the consumer world. Users are invited to spend a moment with products they are researching and think of them in a different way. A sales site, consisting entirely of advertisements.
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  • Sayings of the Wise Shang-ti - Proverb-like guru-ku written by the Wise Shang-ti while meditating high atop McDonald's golden arches.
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