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Haiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently

Posted on the 11 February 2012 by Limette @Limette9
Inspired by the Limerick Reviews Stevee did on a few films she recently saw, I decided to try out some filmic poetry, too. As I caught up with some 2011 hits or non-hits last week, I thought it was fitting to select these and show my reflections in the Haiku poems, because we learned about Haiku poems in school...
Haiku: Haiku is a japanese poem, consisting of three lines (in japanese, there have to be 5-7-5 syllables). The poems are concrete and do not show exact feelings.
Anyway, here we go, before I change my mind:
CarnageHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„After the showit mustgo on“
Shor in the CityHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„In the endthere isno excuse“
Elle s'appelait SarahHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„At the seaI donot find them“
The Dirty PictureHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„A silky lotusfloats onits own“
LimitlessHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„The balcony,where your feetno longer stand“
Delhi BellyHaiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently
„A carcrashes againsta dustbin“ 

I hope you liked the poetry; I'm afraid it's not as concrete as genuine Haikus are supposed to be, because I tend to be more of a dreamy poet.
Haiku-Poems About Six 2011-films I Watched Recently

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