Description: Haiku?... Alright. The original purpose of the haiku limitation was to force the author to distill his or her verse to its most essential elements. In turn the reader has to use their imagination to gain a deeper insight to the haiku. This is how I feel when I'm all, ignored by a crow.
Nicely done. I personally didn't even know that you could do a haiku like this. I'm sort of what you would call a traditionalist when it comes to haiku and I don't tend to experiment with them. But seeing you do this, sort of stirs me to want to try something.
Yes, I does make the reader think, it's thought-provoking; even if the thought is ucky. bleh. I saw the title and just had to see what the geep it meant, but now I see the only thing it has in common with the actual haiku is that they're both gross. You misspelled the word 'unbearably' on line 2...but I only knew that because I have Spell Check