Poetry of the Times.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

In honor of National Poetry Month, New York Times software architect Jacob Harris has devised a "Haiku Bot" that trawls the newspaper's features for "serendipitous poetry" - the results are posted on a Tumblr feed, here. So many great ones.



See more at Times Haiku. Thanks, Vice.

Happy Wednesday!

15 comments:

Ethaney said...

this is awesome. i love it.

Layla Guest said...

You find THE BEST stuff on the internet. I ordered a coloring book from yesterday's post and now I will spend far too much time today reading haikus (thank you).

Bekka said...

Guh! This is brilliant, sometimes they get things so right.

Rachel @ Existation said...

Loooove this!

Julie said...

I think this might be my favorite thing you've ever posted.

angela said...

Nice. Love a good Haiku.

tara said...

These.are.amazing!!

I love haikus.

joeycake said...

love these!
thank you!

Anonymous said...

brilliant.

Shoko said...

Layla, thank you so much! So happy to hear about your coloring book purchase - something tells me you won't regret that one :)

Julie, aw, I'm so glad!

Kathy said...

This is so lovely.
Thanks for sharing this, Shoko,
and thanks, Haiku Bot!

auste said...

this is brilliant. i wish i had a haiku bot for my daily life... everything i said or wrote could be haiku-ed on demand.

eileen ragan | leaner by the lake said...

Ha! This is pretty incredible. Great find, Shoko!

http://leanerbythelake.com

Kimia Kline said...

the bread and pork one is my fave. :)

Shoko said...

Kimia, mine, too!

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