2004 Haiku Contest


FIRST PLACE

no reason no word
like a migratory bird
your case is transferred
- Neil C. McCabe

SECOND PLACE

Tarzan, J., concurs:
Result good; reasoning bad
Ah-o-wah-o-wah
- Rob Ramsey

THIRD PLACE

Mandamus standard
Clear abuse of discretion
Squashy banana
- Robert Fugate

HONORABLE MENTIONS

Only seventeen
syllables and, yet, Garner
could make it shorter.
- Bryan Rutherford

Phillips, Hecht, Owen.
O'Neill, Jefferson, Schneider.
Smith, Wainwright, Brister.
- Elana Einhorn

This is an appeal
From the worst inequity
Since my last appeal.
- Kelly J. Kirkland

Oh, Rule 4.2
with it 306a(4)
finality lost!
- Gregory P. Standerfer

FEWEST WORDS

Hasten this appeal:
interlocutory is
accelerated.
- Jeffery C. Lewis

BEST GOLDEN EAGLE HAIKU

Golden Eagle sucks.
How to submit damages?
No one has a clue.
- Beth Thornburg

BEST TRUISM

My brief is perfect
Until the cold light of dawn
Reveals my typos
- Fred A. Simpson

BEST HAIKU ABOUT HAIKU

Haikus are too short
to make my argument clear
Motion for More Words.
- Christa Brown

 

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