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This page describes all of Haiku's relationships with her friends.

Clyde McBride

S1E22A Clyde McBride and Haiku Slow-Dancing

Clyde and Haiku dancing together.

In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Clyde covers for Lincoln by dancing with one of his four dates: Haiku, a friend of Lucy. Clyde admits to Haiku that he is smitten with "an older woman," Lori. Haiku explains to him that she is also hoping to enter an impossible relationship with a 200-year-old vampire boy. They smile and have a conversation about unrequited love. Haiku tells Lincoln later in the episode that she enjoys Clyde, because they "share the same pain". She and Clyde share a slow dance together at the end, all while looking at photos of their respective crushes.

In "Out of the Picture", Haiku agreed to let Clyde pretend to be member of the Morticians Club to get their group photo taken. That means she still considers him as her friend.

Loud Family

Lucy Loud

S2E14A We can always use some more bodies

Lucy and Haiku discussing.

They are friends. In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Lucy asked Haiku to go on a date with Lincoln at the Sadie Hawkins dance party.

In "Out of the Picture", it is revealed that both Lucy and Haiku are part of the Morticians Club. After Lucy disagreed to let Clyde and Lincoln pretend to be a members of Morticians Club to be taken on their group photo, Haiku persuaded her to agree.

Lincoln Loud

S1E22A Jack and Jill went up a hill

Lincoln and Haiku sharing poetry.

Haiku agreed to go on blind date with Lincoln at the Sadie Hawkins dance party. When they first met, Haiku read Lincoln her sad poem. Lincoln told her an improvised poem version of Jack and Jill and Haiku was quite impressed. Lincoln showed Haiku a shadow puppetry but she showed her more complex shadow puppetry. Haiku was upset on Lincoln when she discovered he's on dates with three other girls. However, she didn't mind it for long because she found Clyde.

In "Out of the Picture", Haiku agreed to let Lincoln pretend to be a member of the Morticians Club to get their group photo taken. That means she still considers him as her friend.