That moment when a) you’re kind of known for holiday haikus, b) you’re kind of known for publishing your Well Said Wednesday blog every other week, c) Halloween falls on a Wednesday, d) it’s a holiday, e) it’s your “off week” for the blog but f) you have a blog post from 2016 that includes a Halloween holiday haiku!
Long way of saying, please enjoy this bonus Well Said Wednesday, a flashback to Halloween 2016.
Which also proves the point my journalism professor repeatedly pounded into our heads: Lopping of the first paragraph will make almost any piece of content much better.
P.S. There’s also a Halloween Haiku over on the 4.23 Facebook Page!
Long-time friends of 4.23 Communication know I celebrate National Poetry Month by writing and sharing work-related haikus each day in April. This Halloween, I was also inspired by the Mozy Frightful Computer Haiku Contest.
Type the book's last word.
What? Glitch? Wait! Blank Screen? [Swear Word!]
Terror knows no bounds.
Mozy is the cloud backup system I happen to use (though this is not a sponsored post or anything other than sharing how I killed a few minutes between phone calls.)