Category Archives: Haiku at Work

Strange goings-on in the stationery cupboard

Back in 2014, an on-going poetry competition started up in the Financial Times called ‘Workplace Haiku.’ Despite it’s name, this column which ran for 18 months mainly featured senryu – haiku’s more humorous cousin – which I assume was because … Continue reading

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Monday blues turn pink!

  Some good news this morning! I have participated several times in London’s Financial Times Workplace Haiku Competition that has been running every fortnight for the last eighteen months. During that period, I was fortunate enough to have had some … Continue reading

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In the Financial Times on election day!

Click the link for the article FT, London  07/05/2015 Taken from an article in the Financial Times yesterday Haiku at Work: ‘the man from IT’ and ‘the personal performance review’ Our haiku contest this week attracted entries ranging from clever … Continue reading

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