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Celiac Haiku of the Day

So I saw this website called CELIAC BITES :lol:(love THAT name!) and the guy posted this Celiac Haiku and I thought some of you guys would find it clever and perhaps wish to compose one of your own. (Maybe it's just the English Prof. in me? :rolleyes: )

You know the format--

1st line 5 syllables

2nd line 7 syllables

3rd line 5 syllables

His is posted March 7, 2011 by Tom

The Essence of Celiac Happiness is Haiku

"I want a doughnut.

But I can

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we tried end of year summary Haikus.

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Oh, well.... sorry...I did not know that as I wasn't a member yet. :unsure:

I just thought it was clever....okay, then never mind. :( wow...now, I feel like a dope.

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Oh, well.... sorry...I did not know that as I wasn't a member yet. :unsure:

I just thought it was clever....okay, then never mind. :( wow...now, I feel like a dope.

No! No! Sorry! That was a rather abrupt post. My son was trying to explain in minute detail a fix he had made on his car, with hand gestures. I'm supposed to look like I understand it. But I am glad when a teenager wants to talk to his mom.

I thought you might like to see our previous attempts. We should do ones about Celiac!

I like Haikus because they are short! :)

I will ruminate on one about gluten & be back later.

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I saw a similar thread on a literature site I use to frequent, but they took the last line of the previous poem to make as their first. That might be fun :) I'll try.

I'll settle for rice

But not the Krispies with malt

because they "pop" wrong. :P

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I'm not doing well, here! I tend more to Dr. Suess!

Gluten

I do not like it in a bread

I do not like it in a bed,

I do not like it on my threads,

I do not like it, it will make me dead!

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I'm not doing well, here! I tend more to Dr. Suess!

Gluten

I do not like it in a bread

I do not like it in a bed,

I do not like it on my threads,

I do not like it, it will make me dead!

As a frequent reader of Dr Seuss at bedtime, I love this!!

Here's my try:

One speck of gluten

Shaky, legs tingle, brain fog

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Love this idea as it's something my work colleagues and I do via email about events at work. Here's my attempt:

Whole foods every day,

No more joint or muscle pain,

I am happier.

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OMG!! just popped back on ....these are GREAT you guys!!! :)

(I'm still trying to compose mine :blink: ...)

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(I'm still trying to compose mine :blink: ...)

Me too! Mine was not a Haiku.

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Love this idea as it's something my work colleagues and I do via email about events at work. Here's my attempt:

Whole foods every day,

No more joint or muscle pain,

I am happier.

I am happier

was food my only disease?

Without, I am whole

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Me too! Mine was not a Haiku.

Me too! Mine was not

a Haiku confuses me

brain fog in a verse

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(I'm still trying to compose mine :blink: ...)

I'm still trying to

compose. Mine is trapped within

but songs burst with ease

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Me too! Mine was not

a Haiku confuses me

brain fog in a verse

Once again, Thank you

For writing my own Haiku

I can't get it right

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Me too! Mine was not

a Haiku confuses me

brain fog in a verse

I don't know what the heck this is . . . Dr. Seuss does Haiku??? :unsure::lol:

Brain fog in a verse

Strawberry jam in a purse

This rhyme's getting worse

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Celiac Haiku of the Day

So I saw this website called CELIAC BITES :lol:(love THAT name!) and the guy posted this Celiac Haiku and I thought some of you guys would find it clever and perhaps wish to compose one of your own. (Maybe it's just the English Prof. in me? :rolleyes: )

You know the format--

1st line 5 syllables

2nd line 7 syllables

3rd line 5 syllables

His is posted March 7, 2011 by Tom

The Essence of Celiac Happiness is Haiku

"I want a doughnut.

But I can

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Bread, cookies, pie, cake.

Who would think they are poison?

Knowledge set me free.

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I don't know what the heck this is . . . Dr. Seuss does Haiku??? :unsure::lol:

Brain fog in a verse

Strawberry jam in a purse

This rhyme's getting worse

:lol: Haikus don't have to rhyme, but that was cute! :P

This rhyme's getting worse

getting glutened is my bane.

It will clear up soon.

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These are awesome!! :)

I woke up with this in my head :blink:

I miss squishy bread.

Illness,pain, fear, spacey head-

these I will not miss.

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This one has nothing to do with celiac, but my one year old just stood up too fast under the table and bumped his head HARD!

High squeal in my ear

poor baby bumped his noggin

my eardrum is dull

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I'm not smart enough for Haiku's, but you guys are hilarious.

So I'm gonna try one.

The Celiac Cure

Will take all your pain away

It's Harakiri!

Did I do that right?

hahahaha

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I am tired of....

My Grain Headaches all day long.

I gave up wheat, headaches gone!

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I am tired of....

My Grain Headaches all day long.

I gave up wheat, headaches gone!

AWEsome!! you not only haikued,(sounds like a sneeze? :lol: ) you punned with mi-graine--clever girl!! :lol:;)

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:lol: Haikus don't have to rhyme, but that was cute! :P

This rhyme's getting worse

getting glutened is my bane.

It will clear up soon.

Poor little Goober

Hit head on evil table

Lungs are working great!

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Poor little Goober

Hit head on evil table

Lungs are working great!

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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