- From Japanese 川柳 (senryū). (Wiktionary)
“For the "senryu" poem, for example, he was able to construct a month old cheese sandwich using only paper fibers of various orange, yellow, green bleck!”
“And exhausted; I slept on the way to Mark's house last night, and slept for much of the day, rousing myself to Twitter a senryu: sprawled, limbs akimbo his bed emits sleepions recovery is.”
“Maggie, what we are writing here are mostly senryu. same syllable counts 5-7-5.”
“Haiku and senryu are similar in form, but haiku are about the natural world.”
“Loved the poem, Snob, but technically it's not haiku--it's a senryu.”
“And the other good news is I had a set of four SF/SFF haiku printed in Hahaku a collection of senryu-scifaiku with a smile, edited by Teri Santitoro and published by Sam's Dot Publishing, and best of all I got paid for them!”
“The haiku and senryu section has some lovely offerings.”
“This book may have some of the big names and fun poems in it, but THAT book actually knows the difference between a sonnet and a senryu.”
“This is not the book to use if you want to show kids what a haiku or a senryu or even a sonnet is.”
“I have composed fourteen senryu based on well known adages.”
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