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It’s no longer Koha’s b-day in my time zone, but it’s still Koha-day in most time zones west of here, so …
MORE DOUBLE DACTYLS FOR KOHA! YAYZ ^_^
Seriously, the double dactyl is the most demented form of poetry ever … hence, perfect for Koha. ^_^
Futari wa NS
Team up to try to dis-
Prove Gauss’s rule.
Finished with traveling,
Koha now looks for a
Place to explore.
DNA → RNA:
Err in directing us
Which way to go.
A commencé à chan-
Ter en français.
Cependant, tout le monde
Trouvait son accès de
« Francocacophonie »
* A rough English translation that loses all of the delicious rhyming tonguetwistery of the French:
Started to sing
However, all the world
Found her outburst of
Yayz! I wanted to do 16 double dactyls in honor of Koha’s turning 16, but since double dactyls do double duty, so to speak, 8 should be enough. ^.^
I’ll probably have more double dactyls to post in the near future, though….
Happy birthday Koharu!
In celebration of Koha’s birthday (07.15), here are a few double dactyls I’ve composed:
Master chef Kirari
Proves she can pancake-sort
Faster than SHIPS.
Hana wo Pu~n
Koha and Mai, though
Experts at tangent and
Cosine and sine,
Seizes the heartstrings and
Moves one to tears.
More double dactyls are in the works, so stay tuned!
Welcome to yet another H!P-related blog. I’ve been lurking around the H!P blogosphere for the last couple of months and have finally decided to announce my existence, so here I am. Greetings. I am … uh … I have a couple of Internet handles but they date back to like high school and I need a new one. Let’s see… since this an H!P blog, and H!P is partly responsible for my coining a new word back in November or so, I’ll go with Kawaiirrhea. Here’s a definition:
kawaiirrhea (or kawaiirrhoea) [kʰəˌwaɪəˈɹiːə] n.
: an overwhelming feeling of being inundated with extreme cuteness, as often occurs in conjunction with experiencing the output of Hello! Project
(from Japanese kawaii ‘cute’ + Greek rhoia ‘flow’)
I’m a college student living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and taking probably too many courses, so I won’t be posting too frequently, except when I’m procrastinating, which happens frequently.
I will mainly be writing about topics related to Hello! Project and to a lesser extent, other elements of the J-Pop landscape. Also, since I’m something of a (multi-disciplinary) geek, you may find random unexpected intrusions from math, computer science, physics, linguistics, or literature (or other fields). Don’t worry; it makes sense … I think.