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Posted by: Haldane Aug 12 2005, 11:25 AM
Fans found Erika.
More are chasing Kimiko...
A picture of WHAT?

[renga]
What value is performing
When the artist is hounded?
[/renga]

I got tired of waiting...

Posted by: CountAlpicola Aug 12 2005, 12:11 PM
Peeking up her skirt!?
May a plane fall on your head;
One of those big ones...

For, her beauty does not come
from her crotch, but from her heart.

Posted by: Damion Requiem Aug 12 2005, 12:31 PM
The meek squirrel finds
His sapling sanctuary
Is now a great oak

New rodents flock in
To praise the new tree's heights (and
Size up its acorns)


QUOTE (Haldane @ Aug 12 2005, 11:25 AM)
Fans found Erika.
More are chasing Kimiko...
A picture of WHAT?

[renga]
What value is performing
When the artist is hounded?
[/renga]

[!haiku]Technically, what you wrote was a tanka (an extended, two-stanza haiku consisting of 5-7-5 followed by 7-7). A renga is when multiple authors alternate stanzas of 5-7-5 and 7-7.[/!haiku]

Posted by: Rapierman Aug 12 2005, 12:57 PM
I fear the fanboys
are coming for Kimiko.
Better warn her, fast.

That upskirt is out-of-bounds.
Where are the cops in all this?

Posted by: NekuraEtowaru Aug 12 2005, 02:27 PM
Darkness of the heart
pervades the lonely fanboys
There is no safety

Posted by: Rowan Bristol Aug 12 2005, 03:36 PM
Tapping my troubles
our common conversation
suddenly strikes home

Posted by: NekuraEtowaru Aug 12 2005, 06:25 PM
A flash of insight
Illuminating dark things
Who can stop madness?

Posted by: uberlegen Aug 12 2005, 10:55 PM
Will Piro assist
Or forsake her to the fiends
Our hero must choose.

Can he manage on his own?
Or will a friend convince him?

Posted by: LordQuadros Aug 12 2005, 11:02 PM
Horny Tsubasa
Peering up Kimiko's skirt
Awkward for Piro

There is no lost love
To be found in Iowa
Silly otaku

Posted by: AncestralHamster Aug 12 2005, 11:40 PM
QUOTE (Rowan Bristol @ Aug 12 2005, 09:36 PM)
Tapping my troubles
our common conversation
suddenly strikes home

Welcome back, Rowan!
Is this an extended stay,
Or a hit-and-run?

QUOTE (NekuraEtowaru)
A flash of insight
Illuminating dark things
Who can stop madness?

One can conquer the madness,
Willing oneself to the light.


QUOTE (Damion Requiem)
New rodents flock in
To praise the new tree's heights (and
Size up its acorns)

[!haiku] *SNERK!* laugh.gif [/!haiku]


Posted by: Phydeaux Aug 13 2005, 12:03 AM
An old tradition,
touched by talent thought long gone—
A master returns.


[!haiku]Good to see you again, Rowan. I hope you decide to stay with us for longer than just one moment of Zen.[/!haiku]

Posted by: NekuraEtowaru Aug 13 2005, 12:15 AM
Typical male home
Cleanup will require backhoes
What a pigsty!

Posted by: Phydeaux Aug 13 2005, 12:30 AM
Two facets of self—
Duality reflected
in clothing design

Posted by: AncestralHamster Aug 13 2005, 01:47 AM
QUOTE (NekuraEtowaru @ Aug 13 2005, 06:15 AM)
Typical male home
Cleanup will require backhoes
What a pigsty!

[!haiku] Hey! [/!haiku]

The Zen of Chaos:
There is no need of order,
If one with the tao.

Posted by: Rapierman Aug 13 2005, 06:43 AM
Paparazzi and
otakus; presenting a
very sick world, eh?

The darkness remains hidden,
revealed only in the light.

Then it is too late,
and we lose our innocence
in the shock of sight.

But the mind holds more evil,
unseen in our deepest thoughts.

From whence these thoughts come?
We cannot read their minds here
and thus we don't know.

We're all capable of death
and things that are much worse, no?

Are you paranoid?
You should be, if you can't tell
friend from enemy.

For we have met the evil
and they are inside of us.

Posted by: NekuraEtowaru Aug 13 2005, 05:22 PM
Obsessives and fans
Is there any difference?
My chat log says no

My heart is riven
Wolves encircle helpless prey
Once, I too had fangs

Posted by: CB-b0x MAN Aug 13 2005, 05:41 PM
Upskirt Picture of Erika,
I hope Fred shows,
Holy crap, wontons.

Posted by: Haldane Aug 13 2005, 08:40 PM
QUOTE (Damion Requiem @ Aug 12 2005, 12:31 PM)
[!haiku]Technically, what you wrote was a tanka (an extended, two-stanza haiku consisting of 5-7-5 followed by 7-7).  A renga is when multiple authors alternate stanzas of 5-7-5 and 7-7.[/!haiku]

[cmnt] I certainly find the tanka form more expressive and, in many ways, easier than the haiku form.[/cmnt]

Is a man perverse
for loving what all men love?
Morals are righteous.

Adoring fanboys
Chase down their new defender.
Then debase honor.

Posted by: NekuraEtowaru Aug 14 2005, 02:14 AM
A fierce storm gathers
Waiting to strike the foolish
No room for error

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