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|Posted by: DCR Mar 19 2004, 03:15 AM|
| Definately strong.
I do not need 'protection'.
But what will she do?
I was right.
All you fear-mongers
|Posted by: 1n50mn14c Mar 19 2004, 03:16 AM|
| Largo starts planning
"Look that broke a thousand arms"
No more plans, perhaps?
|Posted by: AOK1313 Mar 19 2004, 03:18 AM|
| The threat everywhere
Defend my base I have to
This girl is scary...
|Posted by: Chun Mar 19 2004, 03:30 AM|
| A Realization
No Protection, but Worries
They Are a Good Pair
The One Largo Grab
The First Arm Broken By Her
Fate Binds Them as One
E and L for all
|Posted by: XkyRauh Mar 19 2004, 03:39 AM|
|[ haiku? ]
A wounded beast growls
loudest before its defeat:
Thinly veiled, but fierce.
bold words, brash actions, results--
silenced with one look. :-)
[ irish haiku? ]
The fanboy horde growing below,
empowers the l337-master Largo:
he plans his attack,
but is taken aback,
by a woman whose eyes tell him "No."
When you're trapped 'gainst a wall by a crowd,
take a breath, plant your feet, hold your ground:
The thrill of first blood,
can make your name mud,
if you're hasty and overly proud. :-D
--Xky *waving Mami flag with a smile*
|Posted by: MoneyMan Mar 19 2004, 04:21 AM|
| Know your place, fanboy
I neither want nor need you.
This is my business.
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 19 2004, 04:22 AM|
| grey clouds and soft rain
have ominously darkened;
a cold wind rises.
And so we have come to this pass,
With this lovely, adorable lass,
Who wears cute bows and frills
And is not dressed to kill,
But will still take some names and kick ass.
|Posted by: Izuko Mar 19 2004, 04:37 AM|
| Running from the past,
Beholden, I'll never be.
Resolve grows, renewed.
|Posted by: Nebulious Mar 19 2004, 05:07 AM|
Firiends shall not be involved...No.
Their concern would burden me.
|Posted by: NovaDude Mar 19 2004, 05:41 AM|
| Danger is near,
L33T senses tingling,
I need no protection from you.
|Posted by: Rowan Bristol Mar 19 2004, 08:32 AM|
| I have borne my fate
I need nothing from anyone
not even you, boy.
|Posted by: DCR Mar 19 2004, 09:11 AM|
| My help rejected
A paladin without quest
No need for Cool Thing
I wish to help but
Is there something she can do
That I cannot do
|Posted by: Damion Requiem Mar 19 2004, 09:39 AM|
| [Irish haiku]
Never the one to waver,
Largo offers the ch1><0r a favor
But arctic eyed she stands
And punches holes in his plans.
"I have no need for a savior."
[!haiku]Yes, I know that wasn't extraordinarily good, but I wrote it in two minutes when half-asleep...[/!haiku]
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 19 2004, 10:27 AM|
| Boughs bend in the wind
Bending, but never yielding
The storm howls its fury
Yet the mountain stands
|Posted by: b33r>411 Mar 19 2004, 12:40 PM|
| Trapped. 3vi1 outside.
Even worse than that, perhaps
An angry seiyu.
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 19 2004, 01:20 PM|
storms lash the foothills
the peak is unstirred.
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 19 2004, 02:47 PM|
Her armor of ice melting
under volcanic anger
|Posted by: Damion Requiem Mar 19 2004, 04:06 PM|
| [!haiku] Just a thought, and, after all, it has been done with the limericks, although it seemingly lacks a true precedent...
Would it be appropriate to post Shakesperian haiku (read: sonnets) here in these threads? If so, I think I can have one by tomorrow...if not, gomen nasai for wasting your time.[/!haiku]
|Posted by: snark Mar 19 2004, 04:12 PM|
Anger yet unseen
Only a cold ruthlessness
But what will result?
Sounds like a good idea, although considerably more effort (i.e. longer).
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 19 2004, 06:53 PM|
Simmering unseen for now
but still coming to a boil.
Yes. The haiku thread has hosted a variety of verse forms in the past, including "Norse haiku" (Skaldic) and Irish metric. In practice, however, only Japanese verse forms and "Irish haiku" have taken root. "Shakespearian haiku" would certainly be acceptable, particularly if it is original work. So if you have something to post, by all means, please do so!
As for precedent, Smurd has posted his Shakespeare sonnet parodies in this forum (though not in the haiku thread) and they have been well recieved. So you should not worry about lack of appropriate precedent. Besides, if your verse is effective, it won't matter if precedent is lacking: your work will be judged on its own merits, and that alone.
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 19 2004, 07:05 PM|
thought vesuvius friendly,
to a certain point.
even sonnets have
been http://forums.megatokyo.com/index.php?showtopic=1047251&view=findpost&p=1047865, if i
do say so myself.
|Posted by: snark Mar 19 2004, 07:15 PM|
Now they will experience
The wrath of "Krakanarma"
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 19 2004, 07:31 PM|
that pun was so bad
it reeked to the high heavens;
wish i'd thought of it.
|Posted by: Damion Requiem Mar 19 2004, 08:02 PM|
Well, here goes nothing
I hope I don't offend by
Muscling in on Smurd... ^^;;;
I must admit, 'tis trying,
"A siege upon our fortress!" he exclaimed,
The noble paladin of flying hair
"This time, 'tis former friend, the foe to blame
But nevermind, I'll fight the same. Stay there!"
But rather than relief at valiant talk,
His speech was met with eyes like arctic lands
Which said t'would be a funny way he'd walk
If he so dared to lift a helping hand.
And he, who fears not even zombie hordes,
Was halted before frigid eyes so stark.
Her forceful, level stare, devoid of warmth,
And level, too, her voice in cold remark:
"No, this onslaught is mine alone to brave!
I'm not some damsel weak for you to save."
[!haiku]Hence why I'm doing this for a Friday strip...so I have the free time to write. ^^;;;[/!haiku]
|Posted by: masamage Mar 19 2004, 08:34 PM|
|I climbed here myself.
I chose my own citadel.
I sit calm and straight.
You may have this small
Trust--but you do not ever
Get to call me weak.
|Posted by: Garran Mar 19 2004, 08:59 PM|
|I don't understand.
Is my audience supposed
To react this way?
|Posted by: Opt498 Mar 19 2004, 10:53 PM|
|[!haiku] Nice sonnet, DR. Such a rare form, but such fun to read. [/!haiku]|
|Posted by: snark Mar 19 2004, 11:53 PM|
| Not a shelter, but
A place to build emotion
[!haiku]Very nice sonnet, Damion![/!haiku]
Just the sort of reaction
I was hoping to receive!
|Posted by: Nebulious Mar 20 2004, 05:28 AM|
Be careful what you wish for
Can you take such punishment?
Largo was amazed.
Erika turned down his help?
He asked, "What seiyu?"
|Posted by: Peorth Mar 20 2004, 08:07 AM|
| The stare of the one
Bringing with it a feeling
The end of something
|Posted by: Shoka Mar 20 2004, 11:38 AM|
i ph34r no puny attacks
from all you idol lurkers.
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 20 2004, 03:07 PM|
There once was a poster named Snark,
who posted punny haiku for a lark,
He thought he'd earn moans,
and perhaps broken bones,
but discovered he'd made quite a mark!
If Snark is a Boojum,
I may vanish away if
the verse displeases.
|Posted by: Garran Mar 20 2004, 03:16 PM|
Alas! I had saved
Nigh the very same remark
For just such a time;
But I slumbered on
While puns were exchanged, and am
Beat to allusion.
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 20 2004, 03:27 PM|
My apologies, Garran.
Shall we hunt Snark together?
|Posted by: Opt498 Mar 20 2004, 03:29 PM|
To catch snipe?
|Posted by: Izuko Mar 20 2004, 04:36 PM|
Long left in the past,
And yet, too soon brought to light.
'tis my fight, alone.
|Posted by: snark Mar 20 2004, 05:44 PM|
I could point out that
Erika's reply was: "I
Doughnut need your help"
I am no "boojum"
But too peculiar a
creature to be caught.
[!haiku]I am however, impressed that my outrageous punning has sparked such activity! [/!haiku]
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 20 2004, 11:26 PM|
Have a pie! *Splut!*
"That there's the elusive Snark!"
"Crikey! E's a stroppy one!"
[!haiku]The change of pace is stimulating! It's all a source of fun! [/!haiku]
Snark and Boojum are
Eng. Lit. tomfoolery.
|Posted by: snark Mar 21 2004, 01:54 AM|
Yes, I deserved that
It seems a common thing, to
Suffer for your art
Not stroppy, good sir,
Just softly and suddenly
To mix my literature
I leave nothing but a
[!haiku]Edit: getting these quote-thingies right.[/!haiku]
|Posted by: AncestralHamster Mar 21 2004, 09:23 PM|
The Snark has vanished!
Now in uffish thought I wait,
Vorpal pen in hand ...
More doggerel verse I write
to lure the elusive Snark!