PVK2 Haikus

ParaSwarmParaSwarm PVKII Team, Applicant
edited 12:04AM in Creative Writing
Let's see what you got!
Let's see some creativity with PVK2 Haikus! I'll start:

I race to my foe
He is pushing up daisies
Noob arrow, my back
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  • DuckSauceDuckSauce May the Sauce be with you! Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    I throw my noman axe
    Damn you
    Now it's in fellow vikings head
    The sauciest person in the world.
  • DeadorKDeadorK Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    I hit you like man
    You run to the pork and heal
    F*cking pirates
  • DuckSauceDuckSauce May the Sauce be with you! Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    You run I chase
    You shoot I have hurt
    You are NO MAN!
    The sauciest person in the world.
  • Khaotic'Khaotic' Dinah #1 Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    Ducksauce is broke
    He is a jerk
    None of this is true
    I wish it were
  • MaydayMayday Engineering Supreme Senior
    edited March 2008
    Haikus are:

    5
    7
    5

    The only one who's done it in that format was ParaSwarm...

    (unless I'm mistaken and Haikus can be written in different ways)
  • DuckSauceDuckSauce May the Sauce be with you! Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (EV3 @ Mar 9 2008, 10:55 AM) »
    Haikus are:

    5
    7
    5

    The only one who's done it in that format was ParaSwarm...

    (unless I'm mistaken and Haikus can be written in different ways)


    paraswarms isnt 5, 7, 5 either at least im asumibng the number represent the amount of words
    cause he has

    5
    5
    4
    The sauciest person in the world.
  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited March 2008
    towers in desert
    three parties try to hold it
    though knights win anyway



    @ducksauce: 5,7,5 refers to the number of syllables
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    I have an aristocratic smile and like to punch people
  • MaydayMayday Engineering Supreme Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (DuckSauce @ Mar 9 2008, 11:30 AM) »
    paraswarms isnt 5, 7, 5 either at least im asumibng the number represent the amount of words
    cause he has

    5
    5
    4


    He has 5.

    It's syllables.
  • Khaotic'Khaotic' Dinah #1 Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    i didnt know what haikus is tongue.gif i just said something
  • DuckSauceDuckSauce May the Sauce be with you! Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    wth is a a syllable-.-
    The sauciest person in the world.
  • ValklearValklear Members
    edited 12:04AM
    axes swing wildly
    enemies fall, steel clashes
    feint... BERSERKER RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE!
  • DeadorKDeadorK Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    Crap, I did 5-7-4
  • NozelNozel Senior
    edited March 2008
    Humiliation
    Our ping has cause us defeat
    Two to twenty one

    @Ducksauce: A syllable is a part of a word, for example, in paraswarm's hiaku (You may need to say this out loud)
    I-race-to-my-foe
    He-is-push-ing-up-dais-ies
    Noob-ar-row-my-back

    So hi is one syllable (hi)
    Iron is two (I-ron)
    Develop is three (De-vel-op)
    and Impossible is four (Im-pos-si-ble)

    It's hard to describe the concept of syllables
  • WhiteHawkWhiteHawk Senior
    edited March 2008
    Skirmisher's keg flying
    About to land in the tower
    As the Knights despair

    Yes, the meter/metre is correct. =D
    I actually did a couple Haikus in class a while back.
  • NozelNozel Senior
    edited March 2008
    QUOTE (WhiteHawk @ Mar 11 2008, 02:59 PM) »
    Skirmisher's keg flying
    About to land in the tower
    As the Knight's despair

    Yes, the meter/metre is correct. =D
    I actually did a couple Haikus in class a while back.

    Isn't that 6-8-5

    Skir-mish-er's-keg-fly-ing
    A-bout-to-land-in-the-tow-er
    As-the-knight's-despair

    And wouldn't it be "knights" and not "knight's

    Wouldn't it be:
    Skirm'sher's keg flying
    'Bout to land in the tower
    As the knights despair
  • WhiteHawkWhiteHawk Senior
    edited March 2008
    QUOTE (Nozel @ Mar 11 2008, 08:19 PM) »
    Isn't that 6-8-5

    Skir-mish-er's-keg-fly-ing
    A-bout-to-land-in-the-tow-er
    As-the-knight's-despair

    And wouldn't it be "knights" and not "knight's

    Wouldn't it be:
    Skirm'sher's keg flying
    'Bout to land in the tower
    As the knights despair


    Ok, you're right with the "Knights" thing. But my metric is correct. You only count the syllables until the last stressed syllable. In the case of "Flying" the last stressed syllabe is "fly", so Ing doesn't count.
    When it comes to tower, it's the same thing. "Tow" is the last stressed syllable. So it's

    Skir-mi-sher's-keg-fly/ing - 5
    A-bout-to-land-in-the-tow/er - 7
    As-the-knights-des-pair - 5

    I knew someone would complain! XD
  • DuckSauceDuckSauce May the Sauce be with you! Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    you guys make my head hurt...
    soon I'll have revenge
    I'll have my own haiku's with my own rules
    off with u evil beings
    The sauciest person in the world.
  • NozelNozel Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (WhiteHawk @ Mar 11 2008, 05:06 PM) »
    You only count the syllables until the last stressed syllable.

    That's what I thought, but when I submited one at school that i did like that, it got points taken off :angry:" border="0" alt="angry.gif" />
    ...Maybe that teacher was just an idiot...
  • WeedWeed Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (DeadorK @ Mar 3 2008, 03:41 AM) »
    I hit you like man
    You run to the pork and heal
    F*cking pirates



    I lawled
  • Hubb Jubb ManagerHubb Jubb Manager Purveyor of Hubb Jubb Juice Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    I chop your head off
    You scream loud in agony
    I win. You FAIL.

    Berzerker on me
    Run for your forsaken life
    Refrigerator

    WOOT
    Hubb Jubb Manager

    Serving Hubb Jubb Juice since 2002
  • -Valemarr--Valemarr- The Smiting Smiter Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    I played on Teamplay
    I specialed noob admin's face
    Banned and go hurray
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    That one Teutonic Knight that used to smite thee.
  • VonDucksVonDucks Members
    edited 12:04AM
    Oh let me try...

    A keg I do see
    Swing at it out of habit
    Whoops version 2 now

    Did I haiku?
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  • ParaSwarmParaSwarm PVKII Team, Applicant
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (VonDucks @ May 15 2008, 10:32 AM) »
    Oh let me try...

    A keg I do see
    Swing at it out of habit
    Whoops version 2 now

    Did I haiku?



    Haha. I like.
  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (DuckSauce @ Mar 10 2008, 09:28 PM) »
    wth is a a syllable-.-

    Syllables: dog = 1 syllable
    doggy = 2 syllables (dog + gy)
    eat/drink/and/be/for/we/all/die = 1 syllable each
    merr-y = 2 syllables
    to-mor-row = 3 syllables
    it's the number of "beats" a word has




    Wait, you didn't know this?

    supercalifragilisticexpialidocious = 14 syllables
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  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    "Supercalifra
    gilisticexpiali
    docious." Said Mary
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  • niknakniknak Authorized Creator, Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    first try:

    pvk hurray,
    i start and join a game,
    skirmishers are lame.

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  • ThunderknightThunderknight Senior
    edited October 2008
    PVKII Haiku's of FAIL


    Vikings
    I use my shield rush
    Ragnarok is upon you
    I fall in hole. Fuck.

    Pirates
    I go to toss keg
    Its blocked by a knight damn, and
    Explodes in arms. Ouch

    Knights
    I shoot my arrow
    Flying straight and true, it hits
    A knight in the face


    Didn't know if charge was one or two syllables, so I used rush instead biggrin.gif
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  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    QUOTE (Thunderknight @ Oct 24 2008, 08:32 AM) »
    Didn't know if charge was one or two syllables, so I used rush instead biggrin.gif

    Sweet Jesus on a stick! Syllables are a verbal thing. "Charge" is one syllable, "CHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGE!" is one syllable; "Charged" is one syllable, unless you're trying to talk Shakespearean and saying charge-ed (as in Mr Ed); "Charging" has two syllables: Char-ging. Syllable has three: "Sill-a-bull"

    Please tell me if you still don't understand.

    Haiku of what I did today:

    Log in to Forum
    Check for new posts to reply
    Explain Syllables
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  • ThunderknightThunderknight Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    I know what a syllable is dry.gif

    I just wasn't sure if it was 2 syllables (char-ge), or one.
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  • HarliefHarlief Baby get Shakey after school Senior
    edited 12:04AM
    Are you a native English speaker? What other languages do you speak?

    g+e = soft g in much the same way c+e/i = soft c in English/French/Spanish (not sure about German)


    I major in linguistics, this shit runs in my veins.
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