With Continual Reference to Justin Kahn.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Portrait of the Artist as a Bottle


The Justin Haiku:

Sometimes I feel really
Bottled up inside;
Sometimes I am a bottle.













COI, Out.

14 comments:

Justin said...

WIP:
I just wanted to say that I appreciate your idea about what Hiaku is. However, I am very confident that I have created a totally new poetic innovation and am rather proud of my 7-5-7 pattern.

JDK
P.S. Everone else: Wip hasn't posted. But I'm pscyhic.

Les said...

I would have thought a psychic would be a better speller. Thank you for dispelling that myth (not to mention all those words).

part-time buddha said...

If you haven't yet, check out Dylan Thomas's A Portait of the Artist as a Young Dog. I think you'll enjoy it.

BossMack said...

Nice Pic!

WIP said...

very deep! i love it ! great job
the form is good i decided to not check the syllables lol and yes wow you are Psychic!


i haven't posted on my blog for a while cause a new one has been born that i am a member of i've kinda been working on that one, though i haven't gotten very far...

Justin said...

Les:

If someone memorized the dictionary, my spelling would be flawless.

J.

Justin said...

Part-Time Buddha:
Thanks. I'll check it out.

Justin

Justin said...

bossmack: Thanks! J.

Justin said...

wip: Don't overdo it on the blogging. I used to be awesome when I had just one. Now I have 38 and they all suck.

but good luck.

JDK
P.S. My nickname being where?

business voodoo said...

... curious to know what happens to an artist in a bottle or an artist who is a bottle when the cork gets popped ...
peace & harmony,
elaine
'freedom must be exercised to stay in shape!'

WIP said...

I'm working on it , i haven't forgotten :-)

this will only make 2 blogs. I won't have 100 million trillion like you *points finger*

your still an awsome blogger

WIP said...

http://lifeuncensoredamerica.blogspot.com/

it's still being worked on, no brilliant blogging yet

Jenn said...

This post could be read as an invitation (I know, I know, I'm stretching here).

So are you inviting us all out for a drink?

Did you really say "you complete me" to someone in this lifetime?

Wouldn't have thought it of someone as ironic as you. Or maybe, heck, I just answered my own question.

Anonymous said...

what worries me is
not that you are the bottle
but that it's empty