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Warm Haiku for June


At the 106th edition of Tuesday Funk on June 6, covfefe cohost Andrew Huff read a handful of his patented topical haiku.

Pea tendrils each out
as warmer breezes arrive.
Gardens awaken.

"Pollen hurts my eyes"
doesn't sound very cool, so
I call it "tree sex."


Racists lament the
Confederate monuments
removed in NOLA.

What other cultures
insist on venerating
a war's losing side?


It's their second date.
Chance for a third hinges on
this awkward moment.

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