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It didn’t take long to get from Thunder Bluff to the Echo Isles – Ankona took advantage of a wyvern so she could think and plan before getting to her destination. She had information to confirm with the spirits – was Gromnor dead? Was he really in the northern part of the Eastern Kingdoms, somewhere […]

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comment 7 Written by on February 27, 2008 – 10:03 am

So the monkeys over at World of Matticus have been at it again – this time creating healer haiku. So I figured I’d make a few shaman haiku of my own. And/or general raiding haiku. I’ve had to force myself to stop at 5 6 so that I can get working on some other things (like getting ready for work).

Earthshield for the tanks
Spam chain heal on the scrub rogues
Hooray! Mana tide!

Tank has pulled again
Still I am out of mana
Good thing I have ankhs.

Chain heals! More chain heals!
Uh oh! Healing wave the tank.
Now the rogues are dead.

Void reaver is mad.
You broke his motorcycle
Many poundings, VROOM!

Mana spring is great,
With wrath of air totem. What?
You want windfury?

All run in for Gruul
But where did the two tanks go?
Hey look, priest is squished.

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7 Responses to “Haiku?”

  1. I love them 🙂

  2. I shared with the guild, and after our first VR kill tonight, one of the rogues was rather poetic and posted this:
    Immense mech thingy
    Ground shaking balls fly at you
    He dies anyway


  3. Healer writes for blog. Words go out like chain lightning. Strikes many as wise.

  4. Great haiku’s! I should
    write some too.*Twiddling thumbs*
    maybe tomorrow…

  5. Yeah, um… I slightly remember bits and pieces of what a highku is… ok i got nothing.. . Care to enlighten me?

    By Ben on Feb 24, 2009 | Reply
  6. @Ben:


    Basically, a short, three line poem of 17 syllables (5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) – that usually contains a seasonal reference. It’s a fluid form, and arguable, but on The Internet, it’s become something of a standard spoofy way of talking about things. The idea is to get an idea into such a tiny space, and still have it make sense/be funny.

    By Anna on Feb 24, 2009 | Reply
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