Many watchers viewed the reign of Jonathan Schwartz at Sun Microsystems as a stint characterised by incomprehensible cryptic references and odd schemes that led to general lack of understanding and a dwindling audience. So when Schwartz on Wednesday said 'sayonara and thanks for all the pay-offs', taking his leave from the company that has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oracle Corp., it was only fitting that he did so in the form of a haiku, the form of Japanese poetry that, as you will know, employs up to three lines of a maximum 17 syllables.\nQuoth he:\n"Financial crisisStalled too many customersCEO no more"\nOK, so we can safely say that Basho isn't turning in his grave, worried about a usurper to his reputation. But then the thought appears - especially when desperate for some blog traffic - that perhaps we can do better...\nSonnet\u00a0On An iPad(with apologies to William Shakespeare)\nShould I compare\u00a0thee to an iPhone, eh?Thou aren't more lovely but more sizeableRough winds do shake the darling buds of MayAnd Microsoft's Tablet met an awful fate\nThe Rising Sun(with apologies to John Donne)\nBusy old fool unruly SunWhy dost thou thusThrough Windows and through Oracle call on us?\nTo Any CIO(with apologies to everybody else)\nCIO! Come what mayStands for 'Career Is Over'Is what they sayBut what know theyCompared t' accountsIT's\u00a0a\u00a0holiday\nActually, as these dismal lines suggest it's a bit harder than envisaged so let's just leave it there. But I welcome your suggestions for better (or verse) and there will be special prizes for all entries.