|Reviews for Team Possible Haiku|
| Sydsas 11/25/09 . chapter 1
Lol. Short, sweet and simple. Like it. :P
| The Wise Duck 1/31/06 . chapter 1
Okay, I have a real interesting memory of this. We did some of it during the last week of 6th Grade (and that was 1967), but I was so impressed that it has stuck with me all these years. There have been times and situations that the memories have come back but of course I had no idea after all this time just what it was that I was remembering. I do appreciate this as a little mental memory jolt and in it’s own right, it is a very nice piece of work
Arigato gozaimasu (Thank you very much – one of the few Japanese phrase I learned when I was there in the military in 1974).
The Wise Duck.
| MrDrP 12/4/05 . chapter 1
K.P. fan says Boo-
Yah! Kim Possible Haiku
It is badical!
| continental-line 9/4/05 . chapter 1
As free form poetry it's not bad. Japanese haiku follows a strict form and is not easy in English. "Haiku is an unrhymed Japanese poem having a fixed three-line form consisting of five, seven, and five syllables respectively." For example:
Cheer-lead-er by day 5 syllables
She knows she can do any-thing 7 syllables
But not by her-self 5 syllables
This would be a complete Haiku.
Mad Dog mas-cot man 5 syllables
She can't do it with-out him 7 syllables*
Al-ways by her side 5 syllables
* Japanese has no contractions
This would be another Haiku
I hope you don't mind. Haiku is a difficult poetic form to use. There are several good books on the subject out there to read. The best are in Japanese.
| Jezrianna2.0 6/13/05 . chapter 1
I was worried for a bit when I clicked on the link and didn't find the poem. You must have deleted and reposted it a couple of times. Anyway, I'm not much of a poetry person, but it seems good to me. :)