Non sequitur haikus

electrycmonk

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Happily caught in the 'Denton vortex', Tx
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I have a question.
Re thread’s title, explain
why Non Sequitur--
It's now 3 AM,
By definition, this thread
Thee cartoon as well.....

All of my life's speech -
there's a lot that can be said,
often not followed.

I don't take offense
"Steve-speak" was coined in college,
Friends deciphered me.

And if you'd prefer dictionary assistance:

Definition of Non Sequitur by Merriam-Webster
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/non sequitur
In Latin, non sequitur means "it does not follow." The phrase was borrowed into English in the 1500s by people who made a formal study of logic. For them it meant a conclusion that does not follow from the statements that lead to it. But we now use non sequitur for any kind of statement that seems to come out of the blue.
 

MROO

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I am so sorry.
I left the back door open.
Poe-Cat, please come home.

Followed three days later by:

I was so happy
Seeing you in the doorway.
I purred for us BOTH!
 

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