Haikus

Calligraphy entered Japan in the third century...
Calligraphy entered Japan in the third century BC from China during its states wars. Japanese used calligraphy to write their haikus on decorative banners. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Three Haikus

These creative works originally published here on 20 September, 2004.

God blessing hearts

Serendipity
Two paths touching and merging
Childlike giddiness

Smile

Warm, sweet and beaming
Pure, perfect, infectious
Nice epidemic

Untitled

Whispering calm
Passive honesty rules all
Awesome beauty

An Ode to Code

Geeky Poetry

This “Ode to Code” was originally published here on 6 September 2004.

English: css example
English: css example (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Leave it be to me
Nitwitted king of stupidity
Finally life nears a slight pause
A point to blog with purpose and cause

One more 20 hour shift to complete
Then to blogdome I can retreat
I decide with a mind fatigued and erroneous
To modify my sites CSS and XHTM simpleness

Oh what a fool am I and now wish to die
For even simple code a sleepless mind should not try
No wise words would I write

Instead I would pursue returning syntax to right

All night, a missing ” and div end tag
Would my stressed mind nag and nag