Sue Burke (mount_oregano) wrote,
Sue Burke

Pamplona haiku in tinywords

I have a poem today in tinywords, the e-mail and online journal that publishes one haiku per day:

Regarding Pamplona, there is excess computer capacity in Spain, and I have abused it:

Today was a relatively peaceful run, but tomorrow, July 10, the bulls from the Cebada Gago Ranch will be "protagonists" of the day, and they have the reputation of attacking anything that moves, even flies. You can see videos of all the runs here, just scroll down a little and click on the day:

¡Viva San Fermin! ¡Gora San Fermin!

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