[Hello Japan!] Haiku Riddles, anyone?

This is my second post on Haiku as my July’s Hello Japan! mini challenge entry.

While searching for Haiku examples, I found out that (as quoted from mahalo.com), “Some Haiku make great riddles or puns.”

Hm, riddle? That is quite interesting, ne? Do we all need a fun way to train our brain? So, why don’t you check out this motoko.folkstales.net for more Haiku riddles. Can you answer all the puzzles?

As from me, these are my Haiku riddles for you, all dorama, tokusatsu and game lovers, all over the world. Each Haiku is based on a certain scene or dialogue in a dorama, tokusatsu, and game. Guess what is the title, and post your answer at comment form below. Ups. What? Prizes? Ahem, sorry I can’t offer you any prize, LOL. I made it just for fun :D. Now, here we go…



Fly with me one day
We’ll see how the sun rises
Out of the blue sky



Just remember me
As I’m going to pass through
these parallel worlds



Yes, run my father
Sketch book pages will guide you
Through this foggy town


Want to join Hello Japan! mini challenge? Just visit Tanabata’s site. Or read the rules in my other July’s entry here.

7 thoughts on “[Hello Japan!] Haiku Riddles, anyone?

    1. Hm, guess I should reveal the answers then. 🙂
      Note: Read it from back.

      The first one is from “!! KCUL DOOG”.
      The second is taken from “EDACED REDIR NEMAK”
      And the last is from “LLIH TNELIS”.

      Thx for for your comment. 🙂

    1. Hohoho. Not all the Haikus above are based on dorama. The second refers to a tokusatsu series, and the last one is inspired by a Playstation game. ^^

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