John McCain and Sarah Palin Haiku Contest
People for the American Way have announced a writing contest for national publication. The contest is simple and will likely give the writers a large audience on the national stage and international stage.
According to Wikipedia Haiku is a “form of Japanese Poetry” and according to PFAW’s announcement – A haiku is an unrhymed verse/poetry form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven and five syllables respectively. Intended to convey a vivid impression poetically in only seventeen syllables, haikus have traditionally focused on nature[…]”
PFAW gave a couple examples of what they are looking for like:
|McCain on judges:|
“I like all the ones Bush picked.”
We’re in trouble, now.
|Driving our nation|
Over a bridge to nowhere
Contestants have until Midnight of October 12th to make the submission for the writing contest. For submission instructions and contest rules see People for The American Ways – Haiku Contest.
Or you can post your own Haiku in the comments section below and recvive world wide touch before the contest deadline.