We here at Steelers Today are not just fans of football. We’re also fans of poetry. Yes, like true renaissance men, we can show our artsy-fartsy side. So, this week’s post-game report is being done in the form of a commemorative haiku.
For the uneducated Cleveland Browns fans among our readers, we should probably explain that a haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that contains only 3 lines. The first line has five (5) syllables, the second line has seven (7) syllables, and the last line has five (5) syllables. Typically, haiku do not rhyme.
To summarize the Steelers’ 24-20 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, here is our Steelers-Colts haiku:
Stout stands the defense
Big Ben throws interceptions
Steelers lose the game.
We invite our readers to submit their own Steelers haiku. Just hit the comment button below, and let the poetry flow. You too can haiku.
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