川柳 • shy

川柳 • shy
erotic senryu by Redbud
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lowering
your dress — a drop of semen on the floor between
·········your ankles
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  • “To some purists only the absence of season words and kireji divides senryu from haiku… Others note that senryu tend to focus on the humor in a situation, and do not always speak of the specific here and now, while haiku usually do. Human concerns, though not absent from haiku, dominate senryu.” The Haiku Handbook · William J. Higginson

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  1. paul1510 says:

    Will,
    very evocative!
    Paul.

  2. dajuanharris3 says:

    Hello. Newbie here. I stumbled on this blog, and i’m glad i did. I’ve dabbled in haiku, but senryu? It gives me something else to turn my eye upon.

    • willcrimson says:

      Hi Newbie. If classical definitions of haiku and senryu still have any meaning, then a lot of writers who think they’re writing haiku are really writing senryu.

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