Not every haiku our computer finds is a good one.
Ugh. Will they never learn?
It's doubtful. The internet has basically killed any chance of haiku being taken seriously by members of the general public. It's up to the schools to pull away from the definition of haiku being a three lined poem of 5-7-5 syllables. But, since the lesson is more about "what is a syllable," than an expression of the "essence of a moment keenly perceived," I'm afraid teachers aren't going to be climbing aboard the haiku train any time soon!