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12th May '14 4:05:46 PM Nentuaby
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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}}[[note]]Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?[[/note]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.

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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a particular season. They are one of the three defining qualities of the classic Japanese Haiku. (The other two being a sense of juxtaposition and the 5-7-5 structure that is [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or all most Anglophones know about them.]]) ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention overwhelmingly uses cherry blossoms.blossoms in this role. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}}[[note]]Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?[[/note]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.
5th Apr '14 2:31:03 PM DougSMachina
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Not to be confused with [=KiGo=], the fanfiction pairing of WesternAnimation/KimPossible with [[DatingCatwoman her arch-rival Shego]] ( the fandom's main FanPreferredCouple). Even if cherry blossoms are involved.

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Not to be confused with [=KiGo=], the fanfiction pairing of WesternAnimation/KimPossible with [[DatingCatwoman her arch-rival Shego]] ( the (the fandom's main FanPreferredCouple). Even if cherry blossoms are involved.
5th Apr '14 2:30:00 PM DougSMachina
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Not to be confused with [=KiGo=], the fanfiction pairing of WesternAnimation/KimPossible with [[DatingCatwoman her arch-rival Shego]]. Even if cherry blossoms are involved.

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Not to be confused with [=KiGo=], the fanfiction pairing of WesternAnimation/KimPossible with [[DatingCatwoman her arch-rival Shego]].Shego]] ( the fandom's main FanPreferredCouple). Even if cherry blossoms are involved.
16th Aug '13 12:04:37 PM Willbyr
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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.

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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, blossoms}}[[note]]Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] we?[[/note]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.
12th Apr '13 5:42:58 AM yappydog
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Not to be confused with [=KiGo=], the fanfiction pairing of WesternAnimation/KimPossible with [[DatingCatwoman her arch-rival Shego]]. Even if cherry blossoms are involved.
11th Feb '13 1:30:20 AM DesignatedNPC
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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.

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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.
9th Apr '12 8:56:56 PM theBlasterMaster
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Also, "Kigo" is a PortmanteauCoupleName for the [[{{Shipping}} pairing]] of ''KimPossible'' and [[FoeYay her nemesis]] [[LesYay Shego]], the show's [[FanPreferredCouple most popular]] pairing besides the {{canon}} couple of Kim and her {{sidekick}}/boyfriend Ron, and a still-bountiful fountain of {{fanfic}} and {{fanart}}.
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12th Nov '10 9:59:32 AM DougSMachina
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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.

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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]') sakura]]'') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.
5th Aug '10 3:12:52 AM 81.159.139.106
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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has it own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] to Japanese culture, (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.

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A ''kigo'' is a word or phrase used in Japanese poetry that evokes a a particular season. [[SmallReferencePools Usually]], any mention or ShallowParody of [[HaikuWiki haiku]] (or Japanese poetry as a whole) will very likely mention cherry blossoms. We'll leave it to TheOtherWiki to tell us about the significance of {{cherry blossoms}} [[hottip:*: Actually, we don't have to, because the wiki has it its own perfectly good page on the subject. God, we're good, aren't we?]] to Japanese culture, (''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakura sakura]]'') sakura]]') to Japanese culture, because the point here is that they only appear in spring. Mentioning them is a economical way of setting the season, and haiku is all about economy of expression.
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