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A Badriomaku’s Response to the Badriomaku Haiku.

‘Badriomaku Haiku’

“Badriomaku,

can you tell me, ‘what are you?’

For I have no clue.”

A Badriomaku’s Response to the Badriomaku Haiku. – Following the Badriomaku format of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5 syllables.

“Really?

You don’t know?

I am ‘Poetry!’

‘And…’

‘Badriomaku

is a cool name

for a poem type.’

Is a Badriomaku a thing?

Is a Badriomaku a thing?

The below would suggest such a thing.

I created it

from my mind

and, now I do find,

a search for ‘Badriomaku’

(Note to self – what is the plural)

that a rural bumpkin,

is likely to discover

a new(ish) poetry form –

could it soon be the norm?

‘Protologism is a term invented in the early 2000s by American literary theorist Mikhail Epstein to refer to a word coined by an individual or small group that has not yet been published somewhere independent from the coiner(s). The word may be proposed, extremely new or not established outside a very limited group of people. A protologism becomes a neologism as soon as it appears in published press, on a website or book independent from the coiner. A word whose development stage is between that of the protologism (freshly coined) and neologism (new word) is a prelogism’

Also includes the word ‘Badriomaku’

“New!” ‘Plays With Words!’

as opposed to a mime act

where nobody speaks

and nobody is heard –

not a single word.

No. What I meant was,

playing with words;

using them in different ways;

creating new, never before seen,

or heard, words.

Take ‘Badriomaku’ for instance.

It didn’t exist, and then it did.

Now it’s one if the top thirty trillion words barely in use today – impressive, huh?

Make yourself a new word today – you know you want to.

A Badriomaku for the learning

(Following the Badriomaku format of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5 syllables)

Today,

Yesterday,

also Tomorrow…

Yes!

Badriomaku

every day,

and make the World smile.

Badriomaku Haiku

Badriomaku,

can you tell me, what are you?

For I have no clue.

A Badriomaku and two Haiku

A Badriomaku and two Haiku

(With a syllable count of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5, the Hungarian Badriomaku is interesting in that it gives you a structure that doesn’t fit any preconceived ideas).

“Today,

It is said,

is a special day.”

“What?”

“Today is Wenn’s Day;

when all is free,

and debts are cancelled.”

“Badriomaku?

That’s not a poetry form –

You just made that up!”

“Oh, yes, so I did!

What kind of a fool am I

to do such a thing?”

“What on Earth is a Badriomaku?”

With a syllable count of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5, the Hungarian Badriomaku is interesting in that it gives you a structure that doesn’t fit any preconceived ideas.

“What on Earth is a Badriomaku?”

Today,

was Tuesday;

and the Sun shone down…

lots.

Tomorrow there’s rain;

and maybe storms;

well, we can but see.

Weekend Badriomaku! #7

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With a syllable count of 2-3-5-1-5-4-5, the Hungarian Badriomaku is interesting in that it gives you a structure that doesn’t fit any preconceived ideas. Below is another example.

Today

Saturday

A ‘not at work’ day

Yay!

Is a day of rest

Or so they say

Maybe, tomorrow.

An Explanation (Badriomaku #6)

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It is
What it is
There is always that.
More?
There is nothing more
Just take my word
It’s all inclusive.

Whether the Weather be good; or… (A Badriomaku) #5

Weather!

Here’s the rain;
Then a hurricane;
Snow?
Wouldn’t be surprised;
Is it Summer?
Feels Wintry to me!