Re: YML - Why Markup Language...

spunkanado (
Tue, 24 Mar 1998 19:29:55 -0500 (EST)

On Tue, 24 Mar 1998, Lloyd Wood wrote:

> Never mind that.
> What is this American fascination with bludgeoning a formerly elegant
> Japanese poetic form, suited primarily to the Japanese language, to
> death? Is it some sort of perverse atonement for overdecisively ending
> the second world war?

Aint you ever the fucking ray of sunshine in the days dreary clouded

The haiku is an elegant form of wordage that can be used to mesh words and
emotions , if used with the intent to do so. Using it to be ...whats the
term im looking for ..a Doodyhead will show the skill of its maker to
be...a doodyhead.

For some examples of the use and extensions of the haiku please browse to
the following links..

"One of KAI'S many followers, Baby-X , honored KAI by making the KAIKU, a
form of Haiku modified to a 6/6/6 form. Here is a compliation of KAIKUS. "