Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
An ode A sonnet orA limerick A poem by any other name is still a poem. An owlA raven or An eagle A bird by any other name is still a poem.
i like what Gwil said.and I love your "haiku" or...
the pitter-patteradrift on the winda lullaby ~so pretty, _m.Jan
"Senryu" is a term that has never caught on in the U.S., and we probably don't need it. We can speak of comic haiku, satirical haiku, and so on.
gentle tonesspring's green clad conductorbreathe deep
__I thank you, Sandy, Jan and Moonie. Thanks Qwilym, very interesting, and Chief my appreciation to you as well! _m
Ah . . . such a beautiful song it is.
Aah...that wonderful wind song, serenading the soft rainfall...sheer magic!!Oh how I love the image this beautiful piece conjures up...:))
"Y", and Lon... I thank you for your kind comments... Earth songs. _m
So nice, M...
your haiku: openas a window, or a handinviting in all ~
__Welcome Jen, I value your comments. M., that 'open window' is... an overall invitation to opinionate; your verse is so well understood and appreciated. My thanks to you both_! _m
I'm beginning to think that 'senryu' and 'haiku' are false distinctions....
I thank you Juliet_!__With exception to the -sound points- that language, translatable syllable count, I will remain within that historic realm of senryu/haiku definitions... fool that I am. Smiles_!_m
sympa et rapide, merci. voyance mail gratuite
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