I’ve never really written Haikus. About a month ago, we had an informal competition in my office to write the best Haiku about our association. I won. And I only used 4 syllables on the last line. And I wrote it five seconds before they started reading the entries.
Haikus are easy. Wednesdays are boring. I decided to combine the two, and I even spared you the alliterative gem that could have been “Haiku Hump Day.” Mostly because I hate the phrase, “Hump Day.”
Today’s theme is: robots. Here’s mine. Leave yours in the comments.
Skin of steel, clanking
Warmth exudes through laser eyes
Love does not compute
Steve Skojec is a storyteller, writer, blogger, photographer, designer, and sci-fi fan. He is the Founding Publisher and Executive Director of OnePeterFive.com. He received his BA in Communications and Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2001. He lives in Arizona with his wife Jamie and six of their seven children.