The guardian website published my haiku. It's signed anon and is the third one down for Monday 25 Feb - the one about daffodils being fooled by climate change - and whilst it's not the best haiku for that day even, it is mine and I am pleased.
(I did submit an earlier one, but due to poor syllable-counting skills it didn't really meet the criteria. I wrote it on the day after the tories elected their new leader, and corrected it should have read
Ian Duncan Smith -
- pedants will not that the lack of any reference to the season also marks it out as a not-a-proper-haiku).
(I promise that is the only poetry I will EVER publish here).