Haiku Review: Away From the Battlefields

World War Two brings up some sensitive memories for many people, so we will tread lightly, in haiku form. Despite this strange form, let it be known that we respect both of these movies and hold them in the highest esteem. Both are classics, and Schindler’s List may end up threatening the likes of Citizen Kane and The Godfather f0r GMOAT as time passes. Meanwhile, Sophie’s Choice remains one of the great novels (and movie adaptations from a novel) of all time. Wounds heal with time, and #poetryisforever.


Sophie’s Choice (1982)


Stingo loves Sophie

Who has the hots for Nathan

All are crazy, though


Schindler’s List


Voldemort, but worse

Maybe could’ve gotten more

But he’s just one man


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About Author: Brian McMahon

Brian is an author and co-founder of GoodWillWatching. He likes to write and is deathly afraid of bugs. His Great American Novel, not yet titled or existent, will be shocking the world some time or another. He once stayed up for two days straight because of poor information regarding the arrival of Halley’s Comet, which was not due for approximately 57 years. You can follow him @bm1313 on Twitter, or in real life from a safe distance.