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100TH Haiku Fridays Winner!

Posted on Thursday, July 28 @ 10:52:26 PST by

Haiku Fridays has always been about free stuff, but in a way, it's always been about working for that free stuff too. As fair as "randomly picking a winner" can be, it's not very much fun for us!

That's the genesis of Haiku Fridays. How can we encourage our readers to be as creative as possible, while also rewarding them for their loyalty and ingenuity? We hope you have as much fun with Haiku Fridays as we do. Until the 200th Haiku Fridays, let's entertain ourselves with some winners!

While DarkPaladinX and seesaw24 raked in several votes a piece, the competition really came down between Merlin and TheNesMan.  Unfortunately, only one haiku-scribe could walk away with our 100th Haiku Fridays grand prize. Merlin pulled ahead early in the voting, but at the end of voting, TheNesMan managed to grab one more vote over Merlin (sorry Merlin, can't vote for yourself!).

Here's TheNesMan's winning Haiku:

Just a small farm boy
Living in the South Hyrule
Took horse anywhere

All four finalists need to send me their names and addresses in order to receive their prizes. I'll have to track down De-Ting to see who won the Tingy award.
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