Tuesday, 27 April 2010

draco dormiens nunquam titillandus

heather

Welsh words will not make
an acceptable haiku
but they have dragons!

10 comments:

scott said...

The language of Wales makes for better haiku, by far, than the language of whales. Not a lot of syllables in the latter.

Hello, Collective.

Heather Anne said...

Ha ha ha! That reminds me of Dory in Finding Nemo!

me said...

do they come with a rocketship (duh)? :)
SG

Ms Elanious said...

Man, I wish I spoke whale.

Jennie said...

I wish I spoke whale, too. And had a dragon.

You can call me, 'Sir' said...

Welsh heard live is kind of an auditory insult. I think you could probably complete an entire haiku with four well-chosen Welsh words and a couple hyphens.

Ashley said...

Not to be a downer or anything, but you guys brought up whales and I watched that movie The Cove last night and it made me cry! I bet if we had real dragons the Japanese would try to eat them, too.

peefer said...

I have learned so much today it's embarrassing.

mysterygirl! said...

When you say "draco,"
I say Malfoy. Draco! Mal-
foy! Draco! Malfoy!

Ms Elanious said...

Oh MG, that's genius!