Tag: haiku

2012 Hexapod Haiku Challenge Winners!

The winners have been announced in the 2012 Hexapod Haiku Challenge! You can see all of them on the NCSU Insect Museum Blog. I especially liked this one, probably because I am contemplating some big […]

Hexapod Haiku Contest!

It’s time once again for the NCSU Insect Museum’s Hexapod Haiku Contest! hexapod haiku – short poems that celebrate most Arthropoda The goal of this contest is to encourage people to think about the myriad […]

Hexapod Haiku Winners Announced

If you haven’t already paid a visit to the NCSU Insect Museum Blog, now is the time! They have announced the winners of their yearly Haiku/poetry challenge in several blog posts over the last week. […]

4th Annual Hexapod Haiku Challenge!

Hurray! Once again, the North Carolina State University Insect Museum is sponsoring a Haiku Challenge!  Here’s the specs: The goal of this contest is to encourage people to think about the myriad ways in which […]

Submit! To Hexapod Haikus

Once again, it’s time for the Hexapod Haiku Challenge from the North Carolina State University Insect Museum! They usually have entries from all around the world–will you be participating? “Haiku is a fun medium, traditionally […]

Inbox Haiku

I really liked this–from Good Experience: A full inbox is a full mind Emptiness is stress-less Delete and file with swiftness! Alas, I have a full mind, and must away….Back later this week.

Hexapod Haiku–the winners!

I forgot to mention the winners of the NCSU Museum Blog’s Hexapod Haiku contest have been posted! Grand Prize and runner up The winner: Two million flowers The Ten-thousand-mile harvest Sweetens my pancake. –Joel Caren, […]

hexapod haiku contest!

NCSU’s Insect Museum Blog is having a Hexapod Haiku Contest! Your haiku should be submitted by 11:59pm, 20 March 2008 (the first day of spring!). This one I particularly liked, as we are inundated with […]

Vampire haiku, etc.

These made me laugh, and I’m in favor of laughing on a Sunday, which is almost Monday. Which means I have to get back to work and quit goofing off. Should have worked out more […]