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So, because I'm a massive weeb, I've made some poems about VNs as the months went by.

Some were made with a special purpose in mind, some were just seedlings of my warped brain.

Anyways, here are some I made.

 

"Engines of Today" From Ourai no Gahkthun

Spoiler

 

I hear the sound of the Engines, yet I see only black

The sky is grey and the sea is black, nothing is bright anymore

I can see a fortress, cutting the sky

Maybe it is a beacon, maybe it can bring me hope, I don't know

I prepare for the fated battle, electricity crossing in my veins

I may die, I may save them all, no one is sure

All they can do is hope and pray

I will answer these prayers, and aid them through the darkness

Corruption, greed, blackness, I will crush them all

As I am the lightning, that will strike this oppression down

When the Gahkthun resonates a chime, I will start my struggle

With the gilded rose as my enemy, my war against the demonic bell starts now

 

The fun thing is, that this was a poem that got me my copy of Gahkthun :miyako:

 

"Promise" from Hoshizora no Memoria

Spoiler

I was isolated, alone

Burdened by my responsibilities, good nature

My sister, she was needy, our mother, long gone

Our father, he was a good man, yet abandoned us

Then you came to me, white locks twirling

You showed me the light, and the wonders of the stars

Orihime, Hikoboshi, such a good fairytale, beautiful in its sorrow

Our time together was limited, I had to bid you farewell

We promised to meet, under these shinning stars

I promised to return, you promised to wait

Years passed, yet I didn't forget, I came back to meet at our special place

Not a trace of her, only a white, young girl

Reminiscing I asked her, "What are doing here?"

In return, I lost sight of her, my whole world

I found friends, embarked on a new life, forgotten about the most important thing

I'll find you, even if it will kill me

I'll even change the future, to find that old, blessed face again

The girl, who seems to be a dream, I need you to bring me salvation once again

I'm Orihime, I need my bridge of stars to find you, my Hikoboshi

 

This was completely on a whim about a month after my initial playthrough of HoshiMemo. It may be little corny yes, but it still represents my love for the best and only true girl in HoshiMemo.

"City of Distortions" from Sekien no Inganock

Spoiler

In this city of distorted sun, I saw only havoc, madness and murder

Only a decade ago this city was thriving, in teh peak of its era

Now all that is left is only murky, black fog

I roam the streets alone

Burdened by the hopes and dreams of the lowly citizens, but also the scorn

I saw all of the people, suffering, needing to be saved

Yet I was alone, the only one wanting to offer them salvation

The upper powers, they are greedy, thieves in disguise

Other citizens, they have enough problems, they don't need more

Everyone is suffereing, tormented by the everlasting change

Humans, turning into cats, lizards, insects...

Under this damned eternal black fog, I begin my lonely journey towards something better

The brightest flame, hope

 

Made after playing about a hour of Inganock, take it with a grain of :salt:

 

"Broken Pieces" from Grisaia no Kajitsu & Meikyuu

Spoiler

I was born in a broken family

My father, expected too much from me

My mother, never came to my rescue

My sister, always taking the spotlight, never to share the pain and suffering with me

In the end, My father, mother, sister all perished

I was alone, oh so alone

I met my Master, my only shimmering light in this world, a hope

I spent many years with her, until in the end, she also perished

All I inherited from her was a few words, which would later save me yet again

I needed a change, a new life

I am just a mere dog, fed and trained for only one purpose

"School life, huh?", that would be interesting

I came to this place, guarded by heavy walls, isolated from society

In this prison I discovered five broken individuals, fruits

To help all, or to help one, that only fate can decide

I hope one of them can repair these broken pieces, repair the mirror

I want to see myself again, and someone besides me

The meaning behind the words left me, I hope they will aid me to Eden

"Friendship" from Majikoi

Spoiler

I'm just a smart young man

I always was tactical, thinking ahead of everyone else

Years ago, I saw a young boy, wearing a red bandana 

I helped him build a fort, we became friends

Our duo became a trio, and thereon out our circle expanded

I saved a girl from suicide, I failed to save another, I still regret it to this day

In the end we became a tightly-knit group of nine

We had our symbol, our laughs, our fights, but in the end, we had fun

Some of us found our calling, some found a new figure to follow

Then years passed, we matured

I saw a girl, carrying a sword, I was surprised, she seemed shy

Later I met a girl riding a horse, a foreigner, a picture-perfect "princess"

We become closer with these two, so much so that they joined our group of friends

Nicknames were given, eccentricities were shared, but all in all life is good

We have our leader, our brains, our muscle, were invincible

Where will my future lead me to with this circle of close friends

Shall we find out?

Short poem collection

Spoiler

I saw a girl, suffering

I'll help her find radiance,

As I will for the world

- Ourai no Gahkthun

 

I returned for a promise

A new tale begins

Under these shining stars

- Hoshizora no Memoria

 

I had a dream, gone now

Now I have returned

Searching mysteries of starry night

- Miagete Goran, Yozora no Hoshi o (Made before playing the VN)

I'll add more poems, when I get some more done

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Added some more poems:

"City of Distortions" from Sekien no Inganock

Spoiler

In this city of distorted sun, I saw only havoc, madness and murder

Only a decade ago this city was thriving, in teh peak of its era

Now all that is left is only murky, black fog

I roam the streets alone

Burdened by the hopes and dreams of the lowly citizens, but also the scorn

I saw all of the people, suffering, needing to be saved

Yet I was alone, the only one wanting to offer them salvation

The upper powers, they are greedy, thieves in disguise

Other citizens, they have enough problems, they don't need more

Everyone is suffereing, tormented by the everlasting change

Humans, turning into cats, lizards, insects...

Under this damned eternal black fog, I begin my lonely journey towards something better

The brightest flame, hope

 

Made after playing about a hour of Inganock, take it with a grain of :salt:

"Broken Pieces" from Grisaia no Kajitsu & Meikyuu

Spoiler

I was born in a broken family

My father, expected too much from me

My mother, never came to my rescue

My sister, always taking the spotlight, never to share the pain and suffering with me

In the end, My father, mother, sister all perished

I was alone, oh so alone

I met my Master, my only shimmering light in this world, a hope

I spent many years with her, until in the end, she also perished

All I inherited from her was a few words, which would later save me yet again

I needed a change, a new life

I am just a mere dog, fed and trained for only one purpose

"School life, huh?", that would be interesting

I came to this place, guarded by heavy walls, isolated from society

In this prison I discovered five broken individuals, fruits

To help all, or to help one, that only fate can decide

I hope one of them can repair these broken pieces, repair the mirror

I want to see myself again, and someone besides me

The meaning behind the words left me, I hope they will aid me to Eden

"Friendship" from Majikoi

Spoiler

I'm just a smart young man

I always was tactical, thinking ahead of everyone else

Years ago, I saw a young boy, wearing a red bandana 

I helped him build a fort, we became friends

Our duo became a trio, and thereon out our circle expanded

I saved a girl from suicide, I failed to save another, I still regret it to this day

In the end we became a tightly-knit group of nine

We had our symbol, our laughs, our fights, but in the end, we had fun

Some of us found our calling, some found a new figure to follow

Then years passed, we matured

I saw a girl, carrying a sword, I was surprised, she seemed shy

Later I met a girl riding a horse, a foreigner, a picture-perfect "princess"

We become closer with these two, so much so that they joined our group of friends

Nicknames were given, eccentricities were shared, but all in all life is good

We have our leader, our brains, our muscle, were invincible

Where will my future lead me to with this circle of close friends

Shall we find out?

 

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goshujin-sama, i myself have come up with a poem for a vn i finished recently, which i will share now.

 

"Neko"  From nekopara

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it was hard to think of a word that rhymes with neko but i think i did good overall. :)

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1 minute ago, mitchhamilton said:

goshujin-sama, i myself have come up with a poem for a vn i finished recently, which i will share now.

 

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it was hard to think of a word that rhymes with neko but i think i did good overall. :)

I'd delete this if I could :wahaha:

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  • 4 weeks later...

Time to bump this thread once again with a little something, which got me an another win in a VN contest

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PE starting moments chuunified

 

I was betrayed.

My father, he was rotten to the core.

My mother, he left us when I was little.

She was willing to take me, I said no.

I needed no-one to make my way in life.

With my own endurance, I withstood it all.

At long last, my father left me, but his sins followed me.

The shadows, they tormented me endlessly.

Until one night, as I was escaping the hellish abominations, I found her

She was trapped between some troops in uniforms.

I couldn't see their faces, only the soulless eyes, which they glared her.

I jumped between them and the girl.

They were all very surprised.

"Get out of the way", said the figure, dressed in uniform.

"No, I have been mistreated, but I'll never let someone else suffer."

The uniform figure swiped at me.

I dodged, but they were everywhere.

Three more followed.

I was fighting a losing battle.

I had no change of winning.

As they pummeled me to the ground, I closed my eyes, waiting for the inevitable.

As I closed my eyes, I saw a light, in the shape of a human.

It had glistening, light brown hair and gentle eyes.

"It's not your time yet", the gentle light said.

"What do you mean? I can't possibly win", I said.

"You only have to raise your hand and the way shall be cleared for you", said the hopeful light.

"My hand...?"

"Yes. Your hand. It's full of hope. Use it well."

"My hand..."

"I must go now. I hope we see again", said the radiant light, saddened.

"Wait... Do i know you?"

"Of course. I'll be waiting for you... Masaya..."

I flinched, and my eyes sprang up.

"I see, I'm still being beat to death", I thought.

"Yet, I feel full of hope", I thought to myself.

I steadfastly rose up and looked at the pink-haired girl, wearing a beautiful uniform.

"Don't cry. I'm here today, as your savior."

"Wha...?", The girl exclaimed.

Then I swiftly raised my hand.

...

5 seconds passed.

I saw a brilliant light.

A shadow, dressed in purple, flickering like a flame.

A dark purple gauntlet overlapped with my raised hand, letting out a brilliant purple flame.

And behind me, a knight, made from the beautiful purple flame, stood.

My eyes were full of violet light.

The figures in uniform were surprised deeply.

"W-What's this?"

"Impossible..."

They all yelled out their frustration.

Then the assumed leader said this.

"Even if that isn't normal, I'm sure it's just a trick. Let's advance froward to take that girl into custody."

"Hm.", I said.

"Girl, get behind me."

The girl nodded quickly.

"Now then you fiends." I triumphantly said.

"Torturing an innocent girl like this. Frankly, it makes me sick."

"The other me, flickering in radiant purple, I will only say you this."

"In the name of righteousness, melt like the light from which you came to be."

...!

It only took a second, but the purple knight in flames erupted, disintegrating the four figures in uniforms.

After a slight breather.

"Are you alright?", I asked the girl.

"Yes, thank you for saving me."

"Of course. This much was my responsibility."

"Well, I must be on my way again. Good night, girl in uniform."

"Wait!"

"Hm?"

"I've been looking for someone. Someone to help me change the academy I'm in."

"Why would you want to do that?"

"The academy in its entirety has been entangled by its own roots and traditions. Any sort of reform is heavily disregarded."

"I see. Truth be told, my life is a major wreck. I was prepared to give it up just so you could escape."

"Oh...", the girl exclaimed.

"I'm sure there is a certain reason why you are asking me. Whatever that reason is, I will accept it. I'll join your academy."

"Thank you very much!"

The girl jumped and hugged at me, until a moment later grew self-conscious and let go.

"Well, shall we?" The girl asked.

"Just lead the way.", I said.

"By the way..." I started.

"...can you tell me your name?"

"Rise."

"Rise... That's a nice name."

"Thank you very much. What's yours?"

"Mine? Masaya."

"Well, then. Masaya, let's be off."

"Yeah. Let's."

I followed the pink-haired girl Rise towards the academy, and towards the adventure that'd change my life for good.

 

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I think I will make my own poem of Gahkthun too.

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A sky.

A grey sky.

A boundless grey sky.

A boundless grey sky, even Sun's radiance can't pierce through.

A boundless grey sky, trapping all kinds of radiance inside.

A boundless grey sky, waiting for the radiance inside to die.

 

A bell.

A black bell.

A grotesque black bell.

A grotesque black bell, even humanity's radiance can't pierce through.

A grotesque black bell, trapping all radiant souls inside.

A grotesque black bell, waiting for the radiance inside to die.

 

Inside this grey sky.

Facing the black bell.

Where radiance is being subdued.

Where radiant souls are being extinguished.

When all hopes and prayers seems lost into the void.

When every ticks of clock hand seems too long to bear.

 

Everyone calls him.

Everyone summons him.

The last bearer of humanity's undying radiance.

The destined savior of radiant and mighty Lightning.

His eyes, glowing with radiance unseen in humans' around him.

His presence, shining with radiance as bright as Gods'.

 

Hark, bearers of radiance.

Hark, young noble ones.

For you have called him.

He should come to your side.

 

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Beautiful poems Arca, I'm impressed..I didn't know you could write like this.

I specially loved: Friendship (Majikoi) Chuuni (PE) and Promise (Hoshimemo) I think you should keep doing things like this and personally would like to read more.

Great work man :sachi:

I see that I already posted but now I re-read all of them and I'm posting again due to that

 

On 2/25/2016 at 3:25 PM, Funyarinpa said:

Roses are red

My balls are blue

You'll get raped

And fed poop

Also :wahaha:

 

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