Sekai Seifuku is still a treat
The way it escalates is quite a feat.
Rather than relying on bombast
Or a cheap focus on loli ass
Sekai Seifuku proves itself deft
With development, it’s hardly bereft.
Though Kate is adorable as always
Here she’s not the show’s Raison d’être
That honor goes to the Ukrainian
And her robot companion
There was never more a stealer of show
Than Natasha and her Roboko
Though the show refuses to be dour
From heavy subjects it does not cower
Separated from wonder and magic
Is Natasha, her childhood tragic
Obsessive, brusque, and withdrawn
Over fairytales she does not fawn
To robotics she gives her attention
Much to her parents’ contention.
Though she acts normal and unfazed
Abandonment has tainted her future days
Insecurity taints her sleep
Though saddened she does not weep
It’s noticeable, if smartly downplayed
The direction’s well worth accolades
Sekai Seifuku does not falter
When treading really dicey waters
On the contrary it’s quite stellar
At being a deft storyteller
It speaks volumes in its favor
When it can provide moments to savor
Without compromising its light tone
Or focusing on comedy alone.
And of course it is always great
To see the wonder and awe of Kate.
Her consumption and joy most pure
Of Robot Butler holds great allure.
But now I know for damn sure
Roboko is officially best girl