New York City in 17 Syllables

6train

On the 6 to Spring
two cops help a tourist whose
map is upside down

Frances Richey, 63, Manhattan

From The New York Times:

For National Poetry Month, The New York Times asked readers to write haiku about the city: three lines of five, seven and five syllables. The response — more than 2,800 submissions in 10 days — was as impressive, and as exhausting, as the city itself. Writers were asked to stick to six subjects: the island, strangers, solitude, commuting, 6 a.m. and kindness. Beyond that, poems could be fashioned from whatever inspiration the five boroughs provided.

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