Today’s Music: Blues Traveler – Runaround
We continue our epic saga of love and war, fathers and sons, brothers and- no, forget that last one. (For part one, go here.)
Suffice it to say that we are up to our second of three installments in our Star Wars Limerick epic. So without further complaints about being subjected to still more of this, we now proudly present, in both haiku and limerick form, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
The Empire Strikes Back
Seek out Yoda, you will
Rescue your friends, you will try
Learn grammar, you will not
On Dagobah, Luke learned about living.
Yes Brain, but if I marry Pippy Longstocking, what will the children look like?
“I love you.” “I know.”, began Leia’s grieving
Finding out Vader’s his dad
Almost drove poor Luke mad.
And it makes for an awkward Thanksgiving.
We hope you enjoyed this trashing of two literary forms and beloved film.
Now i just need to figure out how to end this…
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Today’s Music: Meco – Star Wars Theme/Cantina
Note on today’s music: If you’ve never heard this disco version, you should click the link.
Continuing in the tradition of disrespect for the classics, El Guapo is proud to present his latest invitation to be sued by the copyright holders of great works.
Today, we turn our literary Tourette’s on the Star Wars saga.
(There was a novelization of the movie I owned as boy. So there.)
This one is actually based on a request. Love & Lunchmeat asked if Star Wars could be done. Possibly in Haiku.
As we are ecstatic that anyone pays any attention to these at all, we are happy to oblige.
A note on Haiku: it is a venerated Japanese art form. The traditional structure is 17 “on“. On are not the same as syllables. I have no idea what they are, so I don’t feel bad about the meter here at all.
One other note on this series: This will be episodes 4, 5 and 6. Not 1, 2 or 3.
Star Wars. Not Star Wars: The Quest To Cash In.
A battle of good versus evil.
A son inherits more than a lightsaber.
Dude, don’t kiss you sister.
A New Hope
He grew up fast, in confusion and blur.
“For luck” she said as he kissed her.
In the trench he shot true
No more Death Star for you!
But dude, you just kissed your sister!!!
And just to cleanse your palate, here’s Bill Murray’s lyrics from an old old Saturday Night Live skit.