September
25
2009

Friggin Boss

Opening a beer
To celebrate the day’s end
And then the boss calls

Written by Captain Hops.

Thing of the day: A Survival Guide for Working With Bad Bosses: Dealing With Bullies, Idiots, Back-stabbers, And Other Managers from Hell

November
4
2008

Celebrate

Celebrate the chance
To engage in history
No matter your choice

Written by Captain Hops.

References: I’ve done my part. Now it’s time to curl up with a six pack and await the results.
Thing of the Day: The Summer of 1787: The Men Who Invented the Constitution

April
19
2008

Celebrating Life, Love, and Happiness

Gathered together
Under the magnolias
To celebrate life

magnolia

Haiku and photo by Captain Hops.

References: A toast to my friends who are getting married today. Congratulations!
Thing of the Day: Bon Appetit Outdoor Entertaining

March
17
2008

Sweet

Chewing on Guinness
A sweet way to celebrate
One fourth of my genes

Written by Captain Hops.

References:

Thing of the Day: In Search of Ireland’s Heroes: The Story of the Irish from the English Invasion to the Present Day

February
20
2008

1000 Beer Haiku

One thousand haiku
Exploring a world of beer
Celebrating life

Written by Captain Hops.

References: A journey of a thousand haiku begins with a single beer.

This is the thousandth post here at Beer Haiku Daily. I’ve been doing this for a few less than 1000 days but I have a bit more than a thousand haiku.

I appreciate everyone that has joined me on my journey. Special thanks to the many writers that have submitted haiku.

I plan on being here for at least as long as Cal Ripken’s streak, so if you haven’t submitted anything yet, you still have time.

Pour yourself another beer, because it is time to start the next 1000 haiku.

Thing of the Day: Do Unto Others: 1000 Hilarious Ways to Screw with People’s Heads

January
27
2008

Skiing

Snow falling lightly
The sun is bidding farewell
Skis off…beer opened

Watching the skiers
From my balcony above
Celebrating life!

“Join me for a beer”
I yell to the passer-bys
Too tired to hear me

I sit once again
Reminiscing ’bout the slopes
And toast the mountains!

Written by Tammie Wright.

References: Four haiku. One story.
Thing of the Day: The Sound of Water: Haiku by Basho, Buson, Issa, and Other Poets

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