Search for:


  1. I Goggled er Googled this and got an alternate “Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme”. Seems to be words to a song.

    Couldn’t resist, you don’t make that many Typos on your’s or other’s blogs. Great Haiku.

    1. Bill — ???
      Nothing here is spelled incorrectly. I wasn’t trying to copy Simon & Garfunkle. This word salad is my own creation.

      1. I am having fun with you on your comment you left at the James Bond I made with the answers. You said you Goggled #8 , I couldn’t resist ,

        Be glad Thom didn’t see it.

  2. Haha, love it! AND I almost dropped on the floor, because it’s sans your usual “this ain’t no damn haiku” disclaimer! πŸ˜‰ Yeah I know you don’t speak like that, but that sums it up I think… heehee

    Whatever… it’s awesome – great work, Quilly!!

    I’m late getting to you because I was out of town yesterday… sorry ’bout my tardiness!

    1. Jenn — you’re always welcome. The good thing about the ‘net is the post isn’t going anywhere.

      AND, I thought the disclaimer had run it’s course. Besides, it has occurred to me that the people that participate in the prompt don’t care, and the people who know what real haiku is (beyond Polona & Juliana) rarely read my blog!

  3. ‘Tis always the season for a great pun! It’s always fun cumin over here because I know there will be something savory! Even the comments are peppered with puns. Perhaps those folks are trying to curry favor with you for Punny Monday – is that the dill?! Okay, I’m fennel-ly through, and I think I’d betterl submit this comment gingerly.

    1. Linda — your reply is so savory I’m going to toss it in the soup pot with some chicken bones and boil it up! Mmmmmmm

      You are the queen of puns!

Comments are closed.