So who the heck is Don Pedro anyway? Well, he might be: * a prince of Aragon in the Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare * an American actor * a former governor of Guatemala * a Filipino politician

So who the heck is Don Pedro anyway? Well, he might be: * a prince of Aragon in the Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare * an American actor * a former governor of Guatemala * a Filipino politician

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Haiku, not a personal fan. it has always felt too forced for the English language as it is meant for Japanese syllables.  Cinquain /ˈsɪŋkeɪn/ is a class of poetic forms that employ a 5-line pattern. Earlier used to describe any five-line form, it now refers to one of several forms that are defined by specific rules and guidelines.[1] (developed for English speakers and writers)

Haiku, not a personal fan. it has always felt too forced for the English language as it is meant for Japanese syllables. Cinquain /ˈsɪŋkeɪn/ is a class of poetic forms that employ a 5-line pattern. Earlier used to describe any five-line form, it now refers to one of several forms that are defined by specific rules and guidelines.[1] (developed for English speakers and writers)

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the haiku-the shortest of poetic forms, but the one with most rules. Normally…
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"Brain Rules" - A Haiku Deck.  Brain Rules by Dr. John Medina is a great book; nice visualization!

"Brain Rules" - A Haiku Deck. Brain Rules by Dr. John Medina is a great book; nice visualization!

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Laugh Lines - New York Times Blog,  Cat Haiku From Strangeplaces.net:  Excerpt:  You never feed me.  Perhaps I’ll sleep on your face.  That will sure show you.    You must scratch me there!  Yes, above my tail!  Behold, elevator butt.        The rule for today:  Touch my tail, I shred your hand.  New rule tomorrow.        In deep sleep hear sound  cat vomit hairball somewhere  will find in morning.        Grace personified.  I leap into the window.  I meant to do that.

Laugh Lines - New York Times Blog, Cat Haiku From Strangeplaces.net: Excerpt: You never feed me. Perhaps I’ll sleep on your face. That will sure show you. You must scratch me there! Yes, above my tail! Behold, elevator butt. The rule for today: Touch my tail, I shred your hand. New rule tomorrow. In deep sleep hear sound cat vomit hairball somewhere will find in morning. Grace personified. I leap into the window. I meant to do that.

"I wrote little haiku poems. I emailed them to everyone." This picture is so symbolic of the climax of Fight Club. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqI6jgTUGmc

"I wrote little haiku poems. I emailed them to everyone." This picture is so symbolic of the climax of Fight Club. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqI6jgTUGmc

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