[I think this is the best poem I’ve ever written. I just found it in my old English notebook]
Today it rained quite like milk, not unlike in
Hollywood, where milk is used to substitute rain, because
it shows better on camera. Do you
see any symbolism in those three lines?
Is there a secret meaning
something shown at special screenings?
Notice the couplet?
Or the alliteration?
This is a haiku.
And there is no meaning behind that, either.
See what I’m saying?
Yell if you do
Milk clearly represents the
boldness lacking in the translucent rain.
Oh, you don’t get it? You don’t see the
light fringes of sarcasm?