Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I have seen this scene, Magyar :)wishes, devika
good one :)
Oh my gosh, I can only imagine what could happen, I love this...PS I ADORED your comment on my words and stuff yesterday, so, so beautiful, thank you
Ah, the urban landscape. I like how you capture the public space where hawkers and pigeons and the rest of us birds converge. :-)
New York pigeons don't scatter easily.
To me the contrast between yesterday's communication (pigeon) and all-time-advertisement (touting street sellers) is great. First I didn't understand "worldly" then I thoughtyou don't want me to see street prophets. Good haiku, _m.Best wishesRalf
This is great - well put.
pigeons -- My brother is an ornithologist, and when I was younger I went with him to seek so many different birds as possible. City-pigeon! I shouted when still in town-area. It's not counted as a bird, he said. traveling salesman trying to hide his origin (This is nearly nothing to do with your senryu, I'm afraid.)
I thank you all! ...and then, there is that slang definition of "pigeon," the poor "believer," taken in by every sales pitch._m
Interesting! Opened my slang dictionaries and found that, and some more meanings, too.
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