National Poetry Month (25/30): Catch-22 in 5-7-5

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller

Major Major is
The ultimate symbol of
Total nothingness.

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(Participate in National Poetry Month! Add your own haiku in the comments, and I’ll post my favorite reader contributions in May!)

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5 Responses to “National Poetry Month (25/30): Catch-22 in 5-7-5”

  1. samann1121 Says:

    This book much better
    Captured my teenage angst than
    Holden Caulfield could.

  2. Liz Says:

    Such a great, great book!
    I was gonna suggest it -
    Great minds … well, you know!

    (Notice the use of “gonna” to achieve the correct number of syllables? Hee!)

  3. RogerBW Says:

    Let’s try that again.
    So, then: Want to leave? You’re sane.
    Want to stay? You’re mad.

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