Friday, March 4, 2011

Cary

Prince of leading men
sartorial elegant
poised north by northwest


Honorary Oscar, 1970

As always, all 17 syllables brought to you on loan from 'recuerda mi corazon', exclusive home of haiku my heart.

6 Comments:

Blogger rebecca said...

oh so romantic,
slays hearts while holding up walls
be still lurid hearts


wow phil, perfect end to a haiku day!

3/04/2011 9:22 PM  
Blogger tami said...

how lovely : ) Funny, I just watched this movie with my mother yesterday! Thanks!

3/04/2011 9:33 PM  
Blogger Margaret Pangert said...

What a stylish haiku to fit a classy guy! Yes, Cary Grant was the quintessential man of quality.

3/04/2011 9:51 PM  
Blogger Tess Kincaid said...

yummy

3/04/2011 11:13 PM  
Blogger Noelle Renee said...

Oh my goodness, "sartorial" what a lovely word for being "tailored"! and why don't we use it more often. Yes, Archibald MacLeish was a prince among men, even with his real name. Wonderful photo and great play on the film title. Excellent haiku!
-Noelle

3/05/2011 1:41 AM  
Blogger foxysue said...

I like your style ...
speaking of sartorial elegance,
I saw 'The King's Speech' on screen this week - a class act!

Sue x

3/05/2011 7:09 AM  

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