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Redneck Haiku

Double-Wide Edition

Mary K. Witte


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Paperback (4/1/2003)


In response to cries from her fans for more more more , Mary K. Witte has followed up her original cult poetry classic "Redneck Haiku" with "Redneck Haiku: Double-Wide Edition." This expanded version contains not only the best verses from the first edition, but over 150 brand new redneck poems that are sure to generate the same big laughs as those from the original.
Once again, the redneck lifestyle gets the black tie treatment through the hilariously contrasting filter of the formal Japanese haiku. Each of the nearly 250 wickedly funny poems contains just three lines and seventeen syllables, yet together they address the whole spectrum of redneck culture: RVs, Wal-Mart, beer, pop tarts, pickups, monster trucks, NASCAR, boats, trailer parks, barns, hunting, shotguns, Las Vegas, the lottery, and more. You'll howl with laughter until the cows, chickens, and hound dogs come home.

Santa Monica Press, 9781595800077, 256pp.

Publication Date: November 1, 2005

About the Author

Mary K. Witte is a true Okie, born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and raised on a farm in Porter Oklahoma's peach capital. She has a degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University, the agricultural college of Oklahoma and country singing star Garth Brooks's alma mater. She lives with her husband, their sons, and their dog Susie in Fresno, California, where their mayor's nickname is Bubba.