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01/30/20 Grif.Net – Computer Haiku (part 1)

01/30/20 Grif.Net – Computer Haiku (part 1)

[In Japan, computers have replaced the impersonal =
and unhelpful Microsoft error messages with their own Japanese haiku =
poetry.
So how would that work in English?  Each only 17 =
syllables. Actually “sounds” like a computer, =
eh?]

 

A file that big?

It might be very useful.

But now it is gone.

 

The =
Web site you seek

Cannot be =
located.

Countless more =
exist.

 

Chaos reigns within.

Reflect, repent, and reboot.

Order shall return.

 

Aborted effort:

Close all that you have worked on.

You ask way too much.

 

Yesterday it worked.

Today it is not working.

Windows is like that.

 

First =
snow, then silence.

This =
thousand-dollar screen dies

So =
beautifully.

 

With =
searching comes loss

And the =
presence of absence:

"My =
Novel" not found.

 

The =
Tao that is seen

Is not the true =
Tao, until

You bring fresh =
toner.

 

~~

Dr Bob Griffin =

bob@grif.net www.grif.net =

"Jesus Knows Me, This I =
Love!"