Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub, as poetry


Haiku, at that.

Mark Sackler at Millennium Conjectures is making haiku verses from the search terms used on his blog.  Haiku has some firm rules anyway, and this makes the challenge all the greater.

And it produces some interesting stuff, though this one may be just odd:

Existential Stench

I am alone in
Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub blog
with Pepe Le Pou*

(The asterisk notes that this is how the searcher spelled it.)

An unlinked reference — some sort of indication of making it into the bloggynet conscience!

Read more at Mark’s place. (And check out the Savage Chickens cartoon.)

More, maybe only tangentially-related:

Bust of Vice President Millard Fillmore, by Robert Cushing, U.S. Senate Chamber

Does the ghost of Millard Fillmore approve? Bust of Vice President Millard Fillmore, by Robert Cushing, U.S. Senate Chamber

2 Responses to Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub, as poetry

  1. […] Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub, as poetry (timpanogos.wordpress.com) […]

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  2. marksackler says:

    :D I may be the most significant poet in New England since Robert Frost. Undoubtedly that search term hit was the result of the BLAHS I bestowed upon you sometime back.

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