Naked to the eye Sitting in shame, defenseless Self-condemnation ©Susan Zutautas 2019 This was written for Susi Bocks for I Write Her Weekly Haiku/Senryu Challenge.
I’m jumping for joy We are the champions again Let us all rejoice © Susan Zutautas 2019 This is written for I Write Her Weekly Haiku/Senryu
A four stanza senryu about a place of worship that is now deserted.
A senryu poem or you could call it a haiku-style poem. Shivering body Sun shining, needing warmth, food Sunbathe while grazing © Susan Zutautas 2019
A Senryu poem about dementia and disorientation.
This is a Senryu poem. Written in the same way that a Haiku is written. Six stanzas. 5-7-5
See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Brilliantly shining From reflections off the sun Displays all colors Are all manifestly Stunning picking up spectrums From the world over On one knee he kneels Placing it on my finger Will you marry me I look at the rock Mesmerized by its beauty Tears wellContinue reading “The Diamond – Flash Fiction Senryu”
Canva A small ray of hope Broke through, causing her to smile Sun would shine today As the days went on Life got better and better The past left behind Memories still there Fading a little each day Hurting less and less A new beginning Filled her heart with promise She could love again