Ten Haikus For Leg Two



Jones Beach – odd ending

Left mid-week in Long Island

Where is the festi?


Deer Creek and Alpine

Summer tradition once more

Midwestern Lovin’


7.4 (W.Rogell)

What up “Liquid Time?”

Where the fuck are you hiding?

A Berkeley debut?


Telluride Dreaming

Gamehendge amidst the mountains?

Wrong decade, people.


7.3 (W. Rogell)

More “Tweezer” jams please –

bursting energy atoms

soul-fire inside us


Type two, where are you?

Once, a nightly ritual

Now we must chase you.


6.27 (G.Lucas)

“Light” is brighter now.

30 minutes at The Greek,

with a “Dark Star” jam


Mental adventure

dripping inside our brain cells

At One with The Phish


7.3 (W.Rogell)

What bust outs are left?

“Melt the Guns”, “Prep School Hippie”

“Dave’s Energy Guide”


The Trip Tent

for spunions in Telluride,

much better than jail


Please drop your own Leg II haikus in comments below…


Jam of the Day: Leg II History Week

Birds > Walk Away” 7.25.99 II

One of the memorable pieces of Deer Creek’s tour-ending stand in ’99.




7.12.2000 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Torrent

7.12.2000 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Megaupload

Deer Creek

Following yesterday’s theme, here is the third night of Deer Creek 2000; a dark show to end the run, featuring the first “Curtain (With)” since 1988. Other highlights included the first set “Free” and the half-hour sequence “Piper , Crosseyed” in the second. And it’s pretty tough to beat a “My Friend,” Curtian (With),” “Tube” opening threesome.

I: My Friend, My Friend, The Curtain (With)*, Tube, Heavy Things, Billy Breathes, Beauty of My Dreams. Free, Axilla, The Squirming Coil

II: Birds of a Feather, Piper, Crosseyed and Painless > Prince Caspian, Meatstick

E: Wading in the Velvet Sea

* first since September 24, 1988 (1178 shows)

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1,299 Responses to “Ten Haikus For Leg Two”

  1. El Duderino Says:

    I’m so excited for all you

    I just hope that you get a sick Jibboo

    Just a Taste and not too Waste

    This has to be the worst Haiku

  2. fat bastard Says:

    a-dub where’s part 2
    of white men cant jump
    yellowman can

  3. KWL Says:

    I L-L-F-A
    BB killin it today
    do wish i could stay

  4. lastwaltzer Says:

    Chucks a good egg, I don’t how many times I’ve seen that story though lol.

  5. lastwaltzer Says:


    I don’t think that was haiku

  6. willowed Says:

    No Whitey I seek
    Volume 2 is in my grasp
    AW hook me up

  7. lastwaltzer Says:

    So did ya’ll hear: http://phish.com/#/news/greek-shoes-to-moved-to-the-shorline

  8. El Duderino Says:

    @ LW

    Oh Well!

    Fuck it Dude!
    Let’s Go Bowling!

  9. KWL Says:

    someone is making sure every one of these posts fit the correct form right?

    off to denver, have a good one y’allz

  10. willowed Says:

    I can’t believe I just asked AW for No Whitey Volume two link in the form of a haiku.
    I have a feeling I will be speaking/writing like this all day!

  11. jdub Says:

    Now I’m gonna be thinking in Haiku all day

    wife: how was your work day
    me: three lines and 17 syllables
    wife: WTF, you suck

  12. albert walker Says:

    no whiteness you seek
    in funky soul shall receive
    spin the bad ass tracks


    I’ll have to post the track listings later
    good stuff though

  13. SillyWilly Says:


    thanks, AW

  14. Mitch Says:

    Don’t attack drummers
    Carini’s gonna get cha
    You have been informed

  15. Mitch Says:

    Just got reminded
    From ticketmaster about Phish
    Dicks thought I’d forget

  16. Jtran Says:

    People have to think
    Makes commenting less quick
    I can follow the board

  17. lastwaltzer Says:

    Anybody on here herd about Project Vigilant?

    From Forbes: One of Project Vigilant’s manifold methods for gathering intelligence includes collecting information from a dozen regional U.S. Internet service providers (ISPs). Uber declined to name those ISPs, but said that because the companies included a provision allowing them to share users’ Internet activities with third parties in their end user license agreements (EULAs), Vigilant was able to legally gather data from those Internet carriers and use it to craft reports for federal agencies. A Vigilant press release says that the organization tracks more than 250 million IP addresses a day and can “develop portfolios on any name, screen name or IP address.”

  18. willowed Says:

    Nice AW. Much thanks!

    Oh shit. That was not in haiku

    Thankful I so am
    Whitey 2 will funk my soul
    Hard to work today

  19. lastwaltzer Says:


    Eagerly I await
    haiku day to pass
    Patience I have not

  20. Jtran Says:

    Does anybody know
    On Ticketmaster
    JB released again?

  21. fat bastard Says:

    lw may be yoda
    but discipline he has not
    must be darth waltzer

  22. willowed Says:

    I feel the need to
    channel great Yoda today
    challenge this will be

    Ok. I am done. Why am I speaking like Yoda today?

  23. willowed Says:

    Wow that was weird FB. I swear I did not see that before I posted.

  24. fat bastard Says:

    must have been the force
    bringing similar thoughts to
    bb’rs this morn

  25. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    Music from big pink
    (Nothing but a) Band of gypsies
    Here comes the warm jets

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