Tag Archives: The Daily Haiku

The Art of Thought: Haiku and Senryu

Those of you who don’t miss a day of The Daily Haiku will notice that we regularly strive to include more haikuists who’ve never appeared on this blog. In the more than seven years that The Daily Haiku has been … Continue reading

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The Daily Haiku: It’s All About You

People tell me, every once in awhile, that they’d like me to run some of my haiku in The Daily Haiku. However, it is reserved for your haiku and senryu.  Here, you will find poets from thirty countries, and the … Continue reading

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Appreciating The Daily Haiku

Dear Readers, Haiku and senryu, (the latter about human nature in haiku form), mean peace, love, hope, happiness, reconciliation, contentment, spirituality, and a host of other things to people around the world. All haiku and senryu that you read on … Continue reading

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Earning a Living at Poetry?

What a thought! Recently, two poets I know brought this up as once having been a goal for them. However, they soon found that unless one combines the writing of poetry with a full-time teaching job in English/poetry, the odds … Continue reading

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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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