Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Sardines in a Can

Straphangers

Superior Snap by Saw Lady

Like straphangers on

the New York subway, students

share seats, desks ~ and dreams?

12 comments:

Vodka Logic said...

Good one... havent read a haiku in ages.

xx

Tammy Howard said...

Overcrowding in the classroom is such a huge issue. Hang in there.

knit1kids4 said...

I was going to say - is this what you are feeling like at school?

Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

Nice haiku!
I left a gift for you on my blog..stop by to pick it up!

Jenn@ You know... that blog? said...

Wow, a sad state of affairs, eh? Great haiku - love that it makes a statement!

Happy to see you! I will get you on the Hooked on Haiku list yet!

Too bad your other readers are haiku chickens... bok bok bok!
(that was a challenge, by the way... any takers?) ;)

The Blonde Duck said...

I would freak out....

shraddha/april@theselfloveproject said...

truly sad...great haiku!

shraddha

Susie said...

Awesome:-0

JennyMac said...

This is great...and I wish it wasnt true for you....

sending a cocktail your way.

Stephanie Faris said...

Have you seen that video on YouTube of the people in Japan whose job it is to shove people into the train when it's already full. They literally PUSH people in when it looks like no more will fit. I get claustrophobic just watching the video.

Amy said...

What a great picture! I hope I am never on a subway that crowded. Love your haiku.

JadeLD said...

I really enjoyed your Haiku, it's a shame it's so crowded for the students - or are they sharing out of choice?

At least they have the opportunity to learn even if it's not the perfect situation, that's what's really important.

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