Haikus! you know you want them – from Captured.com’s CTF Stories

Haikus! you know you want them – from Captured.com’s CTF Stories

Haiku? What is Haiku?

Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that has become more well known in the past few years. The most used form of Haiku is to write 3 verses with 5 syllables in the first verse, 7 in the second and 5 in the last one.

So, basically, if (so ba si caly if)
you can speak in syllables (u can speak in syl la bles)
you can write haiku. (u can write hai ku)

OuTkAsT

Kiss this funky boss
You can’t control the OuTkAsT
I work for no one

Kerbuffel

I see them come here.
I fire at them with shells.
They surive, but I run away like a girlyman, screaming and pulling out my hair, shooting my teammates into lava on Q2CTF3.

If I am on D
Offense ussually flees
In my happy dreams

SirGiB[D!]alot

i guarded the flag
but now it is gone, oh dear
“recover our flag”!litium ctf r0x0rs
i can’t get enough of it
combo techs kick @ss

zaPHoD

Hiaku kicks royal *ss
This is your brain on Hiaku
I used “Hiaku” thrice

I really must go
somebody please stop me soon
I Hiaku too muchDie, die, die, die, die
we are all going to die
thanks for all the fish

Various artists

Shit! What should I do?
I am sure I have to fart…
I’m a girl–I can’t

I’m anorexic,
makes my afro look bigger
my pants are falling.here flappin’ my lips
blowin’ hot air out my ass
pissin’ in the windlimp and exhausted
lying spent dripping fluids
discarded teabagCorn flakes corn flakes corn
Flakes corn flakes corn flakes
Corn flakes corn flakes cornTwo nuns in a bath.
One nun says to the other:
“Let’s trash the punch line.”

That evil laughing
Painted face and razor fangs
“Die, clown, die!” I laugh

exploring the lost
continents of uranus
may well reveal shit

reincarnation
come back as a leotard
extra-large, uh-oh

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