“Snow Blind,” senryu vs haiku

Photo by Margerretta on Pexels.com luminous sunshine snow reflections sparkle... I'm blind as a bat © Colleen M. Chesebro While haiku are often stark and disciplined, senryu poems are often witty or funny. The senryu is a three-line (5-7-5, 3-5-3, 2-3-2 syllable) Japanese poetic form that focuses on human nature, including an ironic or darkly… Continue reading “Snow Blind,” senryu vs haiku