Kreepie Kats, long a staple of this website, died earlier this week at the hands of their creator. They were burned to death. It was bittersweet and gruesome. Creator Jim Behrle was unavailable for comment as a ghastly video surfaced...
Oh, right: news haiku. Jim Behrle's started you off. Now less talk, more poetry! And apologies for not getting yesterday's winner posted yesterday. The lucky victor is unclevanya and you can read his tribute to James Cameron after the jump.
In the cutthroat world of Poetry there can only be one winner (each day). And today Jim Behrle has selected Kimberly Castro's effort because it's as inscrutable to people who watch Lost as those who don't. Congratulations!
We continue this revolutionary, groundbreaking, why-didn't-anyone-think-of-it-before feature that explores the news of the day through poetry. Jim Behrle has composed a haiku. Now you can submit your own, and later Jim will pick one of the efforts as "the winner."
It's time again to haiku the news. Jim Behrle has started you off. And beginning today, because poetry should be rooted in ruthless competition, he will be choosing a winner to appear on the front page later this afternoon.
Let's try this again. Often the only way to make sense of all the news that happens in a day is through 16th-century Japanese poetry. Jim Behrle has composed his ode to today's holiday. Now you play along.
Sometimes the only way to get a handle on all the things happening in the news is through the five-seven-five-syllable form known as haiku. "Kreepie King" Jim Behrle has written his entry. Why not leave your own in comments?