Haikus in Supreme Court opinions

Haiku Decisis¬†algorithmically finds inadvertent haikus in Supreme Court opinions. It’s run by Joshua Ariemma, who did it because “the idea of reducing beautiful writing from some of the greatest minds of the past few centuries to out-of-context poems that laypeople can dismissively vote on is also greatly amusing to me.”

It’s a delight. Here are some good ones:

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