~~ Shakespearean ~~

~~ a Senryu ~~

~~ by tkbrown
Dearly loved by some,
despised by many others;
~~ Shakespearean plays.
The Chandos portrait
at nosweatshakespeare.com


Senryu – According to Merriam-Webster (2019), the ‘Senryu’ is “a three-line unrhymed Japanese poem that is structurally similar to the haiku but treating human nature usually in an ironic or satiric vein.”

Source: Merriam-Webster: Dictionary: Since 1828. (2019). “Senryu.” (Accessed 11 September 2019). https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/senryu.


By tkbrown

I believe family is a gift from God and should be treated as such. I love writing with a broad array of intent and purpose. I have written poetry virtually all my life, and much nonfiction in academia. My expanded efforts in all areas have finally taken off in retirement. I have much to accomplish now that I have the time. Other hobbies are painting, researching ancestry and myriad topics for my writing, knitting, crocheting, cooking -- always trying new recipes and always cooking for my health. I have many other hobbies, but these seem to dominate most of my time. Oh, did I mention I am the mother of three grown children and grandmother of seven. I have been blessed immensely and am the happier for it.https://twitter.com/tkbrownwriter/photo

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