Haiku Thursday: beverage

12.09.2010

my next door neighbors 

distilled spirit
lightning and moonlight conjured
into mountain dew

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21 comments:

  1. Love the photo and the haiku! I wonder if today's version of these dudes are growing you-know-what up in your hills? Now there's something I'd like to see: a hillbilly hippie.

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  2. Dew for the Nephew?
    Naw, he pukes his shine into
    the mountains dew

    Happy Thursday!

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  3. Hillbilly Hippie?? I see my future; I plan to retire to my woods and no one should be surprised when my still goes up.

    Lovely Haiku. "mountain dew"

    bizzy elf!!

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  4. i prefer to be called a "hayseed" LOL

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  5. neighbors

    aha haha ha ha

    love "lightning and moonlight"

    v.poetic, c!

    × × ×

    /t.

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  6. "Lightning and moonlight conjured" is a world-class Haiku line. Truly.

    Mountain Mama's fire.
    Lightning and moonlight conjured.
    Country road cure-all.

    Surprised Moi never heard the song about dope-growers replacing moon-shiners. Steve Earle, maybe?

    Copperhead Road the title, I think.

    "20 pounds of yeast and some copper-line. Everybody knew that we made moonshine."

    "When I got back from Vietnam. I came up with a brand new plan".

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  7. troll: i believe the link that white cat posted above addresses that very thing. thanks about the haiku line...what makes a good haiku line, btw? is there a master basho guideline crib sheet?

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  8. Do you ever drop into a post and get lost in the words, pictures and especially the comments? Love the picture and the Haiku, the witty repartee afterwards is totally over my head - too clever for me!!
    Dan
    -x-

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  9. Good afternoon Chickory,

    Very good and that picture resembles a few folks I know.

    This is not haiku, but it's about a friend of mine:

    A friend of mine retired
    To start making mountain dew
    He mainly uses potatoes
    As a basis for his brew
    He gave up Washington hustle
    And move to Tennessee
    Where there is no tussle
    And he feels completely free

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  10. Well, it doesn't look very sanitary but I'm guessing the moonshine will kill anything. Very nice haiku.

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  11. I've never understood why making moonshine was illegal. People minding their own business and producing a product that makes other people happy. "Jethro, fetch my my rheaumatism medicine" "Yes'm Granny".

    This haiku is brilliant BTW.

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  12. The picture reminds me of the Clampets. Love the haiku.

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  13. Love the photo, love the haiku, it conjures up all kinds of visions.
    Your neighbours look like mellow chaps, I was just looking to see if Jethro, Nephew or even Burt was there somewhere. ;)

    xoxoxo ♡

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  14. hey!! dem's my neighbors and kinfolk!!!
    could be true, actually...

    just recently shared some blueberries that had been soaking in 'shine for years with a fellow from up north.
    we sprinkled them on ice cream and ate them that way.
    i tried to convince him that they packed a punch .. but he sprinkled his ice cream quite liberally ... hehehe ...

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  15. i do love the haiku .. been sitting here trying to be clever with one as a response .. but, alas, my body hasn't consumed enough caffeine yet this friday morning.

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  16. Hehehe

    Me an Granny read this together up at the ole folks home....ya gave her a giggle. Great job, pup.

    Foamy! Caffiene? then come see Aunty's Haiku too.

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  17. Chicky - I received the long awaited package last night. Drop on by the Buzzkill why doncha.

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  18. do you get free booze? That's the only benefit I see of having bootleg neighbors.

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  19. Could you please post new "Badges-of-Great-Honor"? One blank. One that says "Winner" on it.

    All I have is one that says "Haiku Thursdays Winner".

    It be on Monday now.

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  20. Николай Басков нашел себе новую возлюбленную?! Подробности только у нас http://dailycomp.ru/page/14/

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