National Poetry Month (9/30): Ender’s Game in 5-7-5

Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

You thought Hunger Games
Was about violent children?
Ain’t see nuthin’ yet.

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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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4 Responses to “National Poetry Month (9/30): Ender’s Game in 5-7-5”

  1. RogerBW Says:

    It won the awards
    But the short story came first
    And for me works best.

    Tough to read Card now
    That his Godly mania
    Has taken over.

  2. megwood Says:

    (Man, for reals. I was reading his blog for a while after I read the first few of the Ender books (which got crappy mid-way through the third one, by the way), and I was horrified!)

  3. Liz Says:

    Had to “google” Card.
    “Love the sinner, hate the sin.”
    I’ve heard that before.

  4. Steve Winter Says:

    In the final game,
    The bugs forgot their Ackbar.
    “IT’S A TRAP!” Too late.

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