Knotty Issues

The New York Times staff has developed a computer program that searches for haikus (three lines with 5, 7 and 5 syllables) disguised as sentences in the articles they publish. Those haikus are then sorted and the best ones are published on a blog just for that purpose.

I think that I might put this one up in my workshop.

NYT Haiku - But knotty issues are knotty issues, and not all have been resolved