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How about a bit of Haiku for you?

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I have always been a fan of Haiku and the challenge of creating them.  They can be especially helpful when you are trying to reduce the amount of words needed to properly convey an idea.  Haiku, of course, is a form of Japanese poetry.  Although the pure form of Haiku is more restrictive, essentially a Haiku is formed from three phrases of 5, 7 and 5 syllables, such as in the following:

 

Siemens PLM

Helps make smarter decisions

Thus better products

 

Since the Month of March is all about Logistics here at Siemens PLM Software's Manufacturing Engineering Software Business Segment, I thought that we could have a little literary fun with a Haiku.  For this, I offer:

 

Plant Simulation

Logistics and planning are

At its very core

 

Maybe you can add your own Haiku here for a bit of creative energy to power us all through the rest of the week and month.

 

With that I will leave

You to ponder on your own

The case for Haiku

 

Poetically,

 

Mike

Mike Rouman
Manufacturing Engineering Software Marketing
Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.
Siemens Digital Factory
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Re: How about a bit of Haiku for you?

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Plant Simulation

Helping materials from the curse of

Delays, cancellation and overbooking

 

Wish there was something like Plant Simulation for modern day air travellers Smiley Wink

Re: How about a bit of Haiku for you?

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Community Manager

How about this?

Plant Simulation (5)
Helps material avoid (7)
Delay and blockage (5)

Smiley Very Happy

Mike Rouman
Manufacturing Engineering Software Marketing
Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc.
Siemens Digital Factory