Between 18 and 20 May, commuters saw their Twittered haikus projected onto a huge screen at Kings Cross Station as part of a collaboration between Kings Place and Network Rail to find the best London haikommuter.
Yoko Ono and UK poet Jackie Kay MBE have the enviable task of judging the Londoners lyrical masterpieces while the lucky winner gets free entry to Words on Monday events at Kings Place for the rest of the year. Londonist is still annoyed they didn't credit us with the idea.
We wonder what the most common subject for the haikus was?
Why is it always bad rap?
Give me poetry
Nine of ten trains run
On time says Network Rail, so
Why are we waiting?
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