Haiku is a very novel form of expression that, although quite old, can be still be used easily (perhaps too easily) by just about anyone. In fact, my favorite haiku of all time comes from a student of Billy Collins, the current Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress (yeesh, what a title). Mr. Collins was listening idly to a conversation between a couple of girls from his English class when he heard the following:

I told her and she
Was like, "oh, my god," and I
Was like, "oh, my god."

Inadvertant art is the best.