Tributes to Marius aged 1½Watch
Executed and eaten
In savage Denmark
It is intentional. Now back to your thread. Do you think that a little rhyme with vagueness is in anyway creative?
Executed and eaten,
in savage Hungary,
has at least a double entente.
No, I have read haiku's which normally have some philosophical statement in their underlying meanings. Unlike the OP is trying to do a parody of a good haiku and even then it is pretty dreadful.
That should say double entendre and it is use to refer to when a sentence have potentially two meanings and normally one of them is scandalous. Think of the awful Carry On Films, (which do at least have some plot line unlike your thread), with the constant innuendo.
It is difficult to understand your version of "English". You have missed a capital at the start. Your emoticon is very apt, I suspect you are confused often, especially when it comes to thinking.