Daily Haiku / Senryu : Lurch


“How little do they see what is, who frame their hasty judgments upon that which seems.”  ― quote by Robert Southey

quelled by his grimace
fearful strangers never glimpse
Lurch’s gentleness Continue reading Daily Haiku / Senryu : Lurch

Daily Haiku / Senryu : Mount Aso


Mt Aso
placid lake nestled
quiet volcano crater
rumbling summit growls
haiku & photo by M. Nakazato LaFreniere

Ages ago, Rie and I drove up to Mt. Aso in a little white car.  I had just learned to drive a manual transmission and was all proud of myself on our little roadtrip.  Continue reading Daily Haiku / Senryu : Mount Aso

Daily Haiku / Senryu : Jiffy


fries in a jiffy
oh no, folding, tilting down
I hate when things wilt

senryu by M. Nakazato LaFreniere





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Notes on the image: Photograph changed in Photoshop.  Original photograph by Greyson and Jess G. in their review of Reviviva restaurant, Aberdeen on 9/12/2015 Original photograph copyright belongs to Greyson and Jess. G.