Haiku D2

September 4, 2013 at 10:13 am | Posted in Darth Trovert | Leave a comment
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haiku D2As all true WARSers already know, a Haiku-D2 is a brand of poetry practiced only by true fans (not lame-ass WARSies or even worse Jedheads). It consists of four lines. The first two lines have one syllable each. The third line has three syllables. The final line has eight.
Here are some classic examples of the art:

Dad?
No!
Darth Vader,
I don’t believe you’re my father.

Kiss.
Sis?
Can it be?
We’ll never mention this again.

See
three
pee. Oh, my.
They shouldn’t be doing that here.

Top
rips.
Natalie
Portman’s gratuitous belly.

Han,
man,
you’re so cool.
Don’t worry, we know you shot first.

Haiku-D2 is a way for WARSers of all stripes and opinions to express themselves about a variety or WARSian and other topics:

Jar-
Jar?
Kid Vader?
Midichlorians? Expletive!

No
more
DVD
altered versions. Your changes blow!

Globe
Warms.
We should board
The Millennium Falcon now.

Star
Trek
sucks so much,
that Paris Hilton is jealous.

So,
George
sold Star Wars.
J.J., you are our only hope.

WARSers practice Haiku-D2 at every stage of life.

Asking for that first date:

If
you
love Star Wars,
I would love to watch it with you.

Proposing:

Will
you
marry me
and be the Leia to my Han?

Deciding to have kids:

We
should
have babies.
We can’t do worse than Anakin.

Raising them:

I
love
our children
like they are our Ewok allies.

And finally, in death:

Here
lies
a Jedi.
At rest forever with the Force.

Darth Trovert

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