Haiku Review: Newman and Redford



With these lyrical bites of wisdom, we want to commemorate movies important, entertaining, and timeless. Robert Redford and Paul Newman produced endlessly entertaining and magical work when together. They loved acting together almost as much as doubles ping pong. As always, keep in mind: poetry is an island.


Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


Enough dynamite

Bolivia? Are you sure?

Better when I move


Boy, I got vision

Steadfast railroad employees

I can’t swim, ##$hole

The Sting


Still conning of course

Poker tricks riding on trains

Don’t know nobody


Dimly lit rooms, duh

Some fictional horse races

I’d only blow it


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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.