One might try:
“in greed we trust”
I think that tolerance of bad haiku is necessary to the development of good
haiku. Many haiku don't work, but we have to do the best we can. If
we're going to learn how to write haiku, we need lots of practice, and some
of that practice will produce flops.
Sometimes, when a person posts a bad haiku, someone else will post a
variation that's positively brilliant. I find that process highly educational.
Thus I encourage people to post the haiku they can't get to work, as well
as their masterpieces.
“in grease we trust”
29 January 2003