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The Daily Haiku, July 12, 2015

leaving home again she asks about his underwear                                               by Terri L. French                                      

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Senryu: What the Heck Is It?

I’ve always loved senryu, poetry that is in the same form as haiku, but its focus is human nature, rather than the seasons or nature. Senryu is pronounced sen-ree-YOO by Americans, but often just like send-roo when the Japanese say … Continue reading

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