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Posted by: Rowan Bristol May 3 2002, 12:34 AM
Erika steps in
Art Supplies are Aisle 4
Seduction: Upstairs

Posted by: Reflaxion May 3 2002, 01:28 AM
Voice of common sense
Erika just does not know
Piro's not a perv

Posted by: LockePick May 3 2002, 01:34 AM
I think it's quite odd
To be writing these haikus
About art supplies

Posted by: seraphinx May 3 2002, 06:35 AM
Face flushed warmly red;
Thoughts of privacy upstairs;
What be these "lessons?"

_ _ _

Posted by: NachoBoy May 3 2002, 08:07 AM
<You have lots of time,
Teach her to draw here, at work>
But, no funny stuff...

(Okay, who here thought
That Erika was able
To speak English , huh?)

-The Nacho

Posted by: DeosArcana May 3 2002, 08:44 AM
One for every character in today's comic :

Yuki, like a deer,
Caught in Erika's headlights
Poor girl is in shock.

Piro is so sure
When it comes to talking shop
Not so, otherwise.

What flits through her mind
As she watches the drama?
Alas, Kimiko.

Cool and in control
Erika seizes the day
And set things to right.

Yuki's friends know not
What transpires, but they always
Support friends in need.

There we go, a haiku for everyone.

Posted by: Shoka May 3 2002, 02:21 PM
All the help Hayasaka invests,
She dissembles with sarcastic breath.
Yet much greater, we know,
Than her world-weary pose,
Is the heart she conceals in her breast.

Posted by: Goushiken May 3 2002, 05:12 PM
Confusion shattered
Clarity through sarcasm
Erika's wisdom.
Or is it more common sense?
and what of yuki

Posted by: nlowre01 May 3 2002, 05:32 PM
Erica speaks and
cosmic balance is restored.
J00 0w3 h3r, P1r0!

Posted by: Shoka May 3 2002, 09:10 PM
Well, you've both been embarassed enough,
So now hide in the rooms up above;
And we'll raise cups of cheer to
Sweet Yuki! Brave Piro!
Our blushing young monkeys of love!

Posted by: seraphinx May 3 2002, 09:13 PM
Well since they teach English in nearly every (all?) high school in Japan, it's safe to say that every young Japanese adult can speak it. There was another thread here talking about this.

Posted by: grasshopperKAT May 3 2002, 09:25 PM
To teach art takes tools
(Tenchique does not a artist make.....)
Not all can be bought
(To draw well cannot be taught......)
you have to have soul ......
(you have to have heart......)
To teach takes tools that can't be bought


It's not a Haiku it's just a poem that sorta rhymes.

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