January 29, 2015 Heartbeat’s Rhythmic Call (Senryu) 8 Comments Heartbeat’s rhythmic call In search of it’s one true love Defying logic ~~ Dominic R. DiFrancesco ~~ Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestRedditEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Dom DiFrancesco in Poetry Tagged: infatuation, love, love is blind, lovers, passion, romance, senryu
Very nice! 🙂
Thank you very much. 🙂
Such an apt description of love. Great work.
Thank you very much, I’m glad that you liked it. 🙂
I tried to figure out the difference between Senryu and Haiku but I was left a bit baffled. I like them both (at least yours) but if you ever want to write a non-poetic post, feel free to explain 🙂
Dan, the two were rather fuzzy to me as well. As I understand it, and there may be others out there that know better than I, the primary difference between haiku and senryu is the subject matter of the poem. A senryu is much more concerned with the human condition while a haiku records the essence of a brief moment and is focused on nature and the seasons. The two are very convoluted and for the longest time I didn’t differentiate between the two, I just made everything a haiku. Anyway, thank you for the praise and I hope that this little explanation. helped.
Thanks Dom. I feel better know that it was fuzzy to you too 🙂
I’m glad, we are never too old to learn…or be confused. 🙂