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May 22, 2009 at 12:00 PM

This week’s haiku poll — fun for the whole family

Because the dismal science shouldn’t be so dismal, it’s time to vote for your favorite Econ Haiku of the week. Don’t like any of them or want to show your poetry chops? Write your own in the comments field.

What’s your favorite haiku?(online surveys)

The contenders:

Monday:

It won’t be long now

787’s first flight

With a dream aboard

Tuesday:

Risk is coming back

Or so they say on Wall Street

Your taxes at work

Wednesday:

Nordy’s says don’t fret

But it may be a hard sell

Will Wall Street buy it?

Thursday:

A new Xerox boss

Faces a daunting challenge:

Copy Anne’s success

Friday:

Credit card outfits

Will make up lost fees, just watch

Next up: breathing charge

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