National Poetry Month 20/30: THE SHINING in 5-7-5

Celebrate National Poetry Month this April!  Add your own haiku about The Shining in the comments below!

THE SHINING

Tony’s Danny’s friend.
He lives in his mouth and warns
Him about REDRUM.

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2 Responses to “National Poetry Month 20/30: THE SHINING in 5-7-5”

  1. Liz Says:

    This was a good film
    Not as scary as the book,
    But very well done

  2. megwood Says:

    Facebook contributions:

    John:
    Writer’s block in winter
    Jack is not such a dull boy
    Don’t call room service

    Richard:
    Sidewinder? Sno-Cat?
    A-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA
    Check it out, Wendy!

    Mel:
    Who knew little girls
    Could be so goddamn scary?
    I’ll never have kids.

    Ian:
    That lame redrum flick
    is a very dull boy, Jack.
    You can admit it.

    Richard:
    If that little shit
    Says “redrum” one more damn time…
    That’s it – HERE’S JOHNNY!

    Me:
    I love The Shining!
    That Stephen King hated it
    Told me everything.

    Richard:
    The Shining’s okay
    The book was way, way better
    Scatman wuz robbed, yo

    Me:
    King’s miniseries
    Was so incredibly lame —
    NOT an improvement.

    Stacie:
    First she was pretty
    then she was all water-logged
    Poor naked lady

    Ian:
    That Shelley Duvall
    made a better Olive Oyl
    And Jack peaked as George

    Me:
    Love that Big Wheel sound
    Carpet, flooring, carpet, floor,
    Ominous wheel sounds.

    Dan: (From a Colorado colleague that get’s to host/attend events at a place with the Shining on 24/7 constant loop:)

    Stephen King visits
    and hears the floor creak at night
    the Stanley’s famous

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