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|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 9 2003, 11:56 PM|
| Planning her next move.
Analyzing the gameboards.
Challenge both rivals?
Poor Ping! Largo's pawn,
in turn she is now Miho's.
In black queen's gambit.
|Posted by: Arram Mar 10 2003, 12:39 AM|
| Contemplating now,
up atop a traffic light.
The great Miho speaks.
versus stubborn aggression
shapes this strong conflict.
What shall Tohya choose?
Piro’s tenacity? Or
|Posted by: Caduceuskun Mar 10 2003, 01:12 AM|
| Miho in control
Rises from shattered feelings
Chills run down my spine...
|Posted by: Rowan Bristol Mar 10 2003, 02:39 AM|
| I am but one soul
how can I choose my revenge?
There is another
|Posted by: melange Mar 10 2003, 04:19 PM|
| its been a long time since i've posted in the MT forums.. but Miho-sama is irresistable.
the following is just one haiku, in japanese (romanji) and english ^^
doko ni iku?
kousa no ue de
jiko ni kiku
which way shall I go?
She asks herself, while standing
above the crossroads
|Posted by: Larom Mar 10 2003, 09:46 PM|
I love Japanese
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 10 2003, 09:46 PM|
she assesses her rivals.
Alone, Miho schemes.
Two games but limited play time.
Is Ping-chan the solution?
|Posted by: melange Mar 11 2003, 12:57 AM|
| thanks for comments Larom
continuation of my 1st haiku, this one sounds more like Miho's soliquy..
Ping wo riyou
michi no mayoi
with the use of Ping
would the doubt about the path
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 11 2003, 01:38 AM|
On the traffic-light arm Miho stood
Overlooking the wrecked neighborhood,
And surveying the damage
That Largo had managed,
She said with a nod, "This is good."
|Posted by: kidogirl Mar 11 2003, 11:03 AM|
| Tohya-san: balance,
Scheme, and plot to play, but how?
Will Ping prove the pawn?