conversation school haiku poem

this bar review life
cooped up in a room, reading
talking to myself


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36 comments:

  1. Conversation in a haiku - now that's clever.

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  2. WOW! You are really good at these! I can't believe you do them every day. Impressive : ) When will you know if you passed the bar exam?

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  3. Nice one, it's when you answer yourself back that you need to worry..

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  4. thanks, rebeckah. :) bar exam finishes in september. will learn the results around april, i think. :O

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  5. which is why i'm worried, sweet talking guy. :)

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  6. perhaps it's contagious? :) thanks for stopping by, mediterranean kiwi.

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  7. it is. the bar review routine can be a bit lonesome at times. thanks for stopping by, art and poetry. :)

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  8. Reading is a one room band, like one hand clapping! It can be a lonely but very energising conversation of one. Great haiku!

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  9. thanks, greyscale territory. :) been trying to work on a haiku about one hand clapping, but so far, no dice.

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  10. do you, gautami? :D thanks for stopping by. :)

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  11. Occupational hazard for a writer, me thinks.
    And me does, too.

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  12. true. well, that makes three of us, including gautami. :) thanks for visiting, anthonynorth.

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  13. I now admit to talking to myself. *raises hands in surrender*

    Good luck with the bar exam!

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  14. and as they say, acknowledgment is the first step. :D thanks, aki nominal. :)

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  15. holy crap! this is one of the coolest blogs i have laid eyes upon... i'd love to comment back in haiku form, but let me just raise my hands and *applause* *applause* !

    i am definitely putting a link on you, if you don't mind!

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  16. kind of you to say, spool artist. thanks. :) feel free to link here. i'll try to do the same. thanks for visiting. :)

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  17. after all the schooling it must be exciting to be near the end... talking to myself... loved that!!!...

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  18. true. once i get through this month, i can finally go back to work, full time. :) thanks for dropping by, one more believer. :)

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  19. I'm always amazed at people who can write these haiku poems. You use a whole different part of your brain than the one you use for studying your bar exams, don't you? It's probably a good exercise.

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  20. does seem like a good exercise. and an enjoyable one as well. :) thanks for the kind words, jo. :)

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  21. Love haiku!

    Thanks for your nice visiting on my H participation.

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  22. Very clever and surely a haiku which can resonate with those who find themselves alone in conversation! Nice work!

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  23. bar exam? I did it in 1991 - never want to do that again :)

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  24. thanks, sonia. :) i enjoy visiting your blog. you have some lovely and fascinating images of brazil. :)

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  25. i hope i can say the same thing some time from now, andrew. :O thanks for stopping by. :)

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  26. Looks like you'll be having a bar exam :-)

    I wonder if you'll be able to compose a haiku during the exam!

    It's my second time to land in a poem blog.

    This is something different (I guess)!

    I smiled at this: haiku poem: welcome

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  27. wow. you actually reached my first post? am impressed. :)

    i don't think i can compose one during the exam, but i'm sure i'll have a lot of angst for after. :O

    thanks for stopping by, gem. :)

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  28. Hey, i finally get to comment. nice going kouji. been with you since you were a kid, and you're still two levels up. keep it up. :)

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  29. thanks for visiting, wu-je. :)

    i'll have to disagree with you on the two levels up part though. really, i feel that it's all about us, our families, the goals we set, and what we need to do to achieve those goals, as we set out to live happy, decent lives. :)

    it's not so much about levels, as it is about where we stand in relation to where we want to be. and i continue to remain hopeful that we're both in a position to succeed in that regard. :)

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  30. wish i could be there to keep you company! :)

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  31. thanks for the comment, jeanie. :)

    am alright though. at least there's the dsl. :)

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