Posted by: Jack Henry | June 8, 2018

Editor’s Corner: Error Haiku

One of you readers mentioned that you loved computer error haikus, so I thought I’d send this selection out to everyone. Happy Friday!

For those of you unsure of what exactly a haiku is, here’s a brief explanation. A haiku is a Japanese poem, with only three lines and seventeen syllables. It is formatted like this:

Line 1: Five syllables

Line 2: Seven syllables

Line 3: Five syllables

Traditional haiku bring to mind images of the natural world. These haiku also bring images to mind; unfortunately, they are generally sad images of the blue screen of death.

Chaos reigns within.
Reflect, repent, and reboot.
Order shall return.

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