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Redneck Haiku

by Mary K. Witte

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Japanese haiku is one of my favorite forms of poetry, each haiku consisting of three lines and seventeen syllables. In this small volume, Witte covers just about every aspect of the redneck lifestyle. One that made me smile was:

Wanda's new wind chime
made of kitchen utensils
she seldom uses.

It does an excellent job of describing me! As the pages turned, I'm afraid that it became a bit of a one-trick pony for me. Redneck humor can be very silly and funny, but it can pall quickly if you're not careful.

Would I buy Witte's second volume of redneck haiku? No, but I did enjoy reading this one. ( )
  cathyskye | Jul 15, 2010 |
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