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Well, I'm sure you guys know the drill. Three lines - five syllables, then seven syllables, then five syllables. You can write about another game besides KLS if you want - go nuts. Here's two I came up with:
Gentle violet eyes "Oniichan, please, hold my hand." Winter is coming
Gazing at the sea My brother there at my side I am not afraid
I don't think Japanese words are cheating. Hmm, that makes me wonder if haiku in Japanese count the number of syllables or the number of characters?
*looks it up*
Interesting. Apparently, Japanese haiku do count the number of syllables rather than characters. Because most Japanese words have several syllables, this means that a Japanese haiku is generally shorter (in terms of the ideas it can convey) than a 17-syllable haiku in English.
And yes, I know, nobody wanted or needed to know that.
As for whether or not I saw the 'eternity' line coming, I find that haikus are so short that I basically almost read them in one 'gulp'. But I'm hardly surprised anyway. =P
Yumi pours me beer A few more and I'll wake up In a love hotel