When too much haiku is never enough, its the Grand Final haiku-athon. When haikusters (haikuers?-Ed) from around the globe gather to celebrate the power of big meanings in small verses.
Rob Scott writes in from the Last Haiku Saloon where spring refuses to bloom for his Magpies this season.
Haiku Bob is (pleasantly) surprised to find himself penning a winning Haiku for his Magpies in the wet in Sydney.
Clocks, petals, a door. Haiku Bob tries to make sense of another Collingwood loss.
Haiku Bob gazes upon a Super Moon, and a Magpie loss.
Haiku Bob finds some late winter sun as his Magpies eke out a hard fought win.
Dead branches, ice, clouds – Haiku Bob knows a slump when he sees one.
Haiku Bob finally brings himself to write about the Magpies’ decline and Maxwell’s departure.
News has arrived in Lapland of Collingwood’s loss and the Little Master’s season demise. Haiku Bob reports from the Land of the Midnight Suns.
It’s all about the moon, the cold and beating the Blues in Haiku Bob’s take on the Collingwood v Carlton game
Haiku Bob laments what might have been as darkness spills over his Magpies.
Sometimes even Pendlebury is not enough. Haiku Bob’s take on Collingwood’s shock loss to the Bulldogs.
On behalf of Floreat Pica, Haiku Bob reflects on the Queen’s Birthday clash.
Haiku Bob celebrates the end of autumn and his Magpies artistry on Friday night.
Haiku Bob’s ethereal view of Collingwood v West Coast
Haiku Bob distills the essence of Collingwood’s experience against Adelaide
This week’s Floreat Pica report is by Haiku Bob, who offers his unique interpretation of the old rivals’ clash.
Haiku Bob reflects on the ANZAC Day clash at the MCG.
Collingwood in the autumn but looking very spring.
Haiku Bob on Friday night’s rain-soaked game