Some of you may not be familiar with this unusual format that was popularised by Bart Mog back in the 60s or 70s when the west became especially interested in Japanese artistic expression. Just like all western attempts to assimilate eastern culture (Zen Buddhism is a classic example) the double, double rhyming haiku displays the total misunderstanding of the original intent in an attempt to make it palatable to foreign tastes (look what the English did to Indian food) and this one is no exception. An abomination, perhaps.
The rules are relatively obvious.
1. It must follow the traditional 5/7/5 pattern
2. It must be 6 lines (double haikus are, in fact, quite common).
3. It must be comprised of two seperate examples following the same rules and linked by a common theme.
4. It must be written by two different people.
Missing you so much
Nights under the moon and such
So close I can touch
Your skin with my mind
Let this night the moonlight find
Us. Two of a kind