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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Robbing Hakiu

Can you turn a Robbery Bank Note into verse? Below is a link to actual bank robbery notes - some very close to haiku.

I have a gun in my bag.
Give me $5,000 please.
Thanks a bunch.


Robbing a bank is as simple as putting pen to paper. Here are actual demand notes used in successful and unsuccessful unarmed bank robberies - - accompanied by a photo of each robber and appended with details about the robbery itself.

http://www.banknotes365.com/

2 comments:

Geoffrey A. Landis said...

For some reason, bank robbers seem to leave out the season word.

Falling leaves, chill winds.
Heating a house costs money:
Give me all you got.

Look, I have a gun
Give me money fast. Real fast:
I'm parked in snow zone.

In the summer time
living is easy-- if you
don't push that alarm.

T.M. Göttl said...

This site is almost as good as icanhazcheezeburger...

My favorites are when they end with "thanks" or "please".

Cited...

The poet doesn't invent. He listens. ~Jean Cocteau