These Holiday Senryu poems are examples of Senryu poems about Holiday. These are the best examples of Holiday Senryu poems written by international PoetrySoup poets
steal their land
then dine with them....
no reservations needed
**for Chris Aechtner's Yet Another Senryu contest
World of Walt Disney
The day after Thanksgiving
Shoulder to shoulder
© Joseph 11/23/07
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Author’s Comments: The Japanese Senryu format has three lines as follows:
the first has five syllables, the second seven syllables, and the third five
syllables. The pattern is 5/7/5 for a total of seventeen syllables. The Senryu is
about an emotional expression, human nature, and things in the human realms
which maybe satiric or humorous.
red and evergreen
bushes proudly displayed, joy
marriage's first kiss
**I got married in December and the church was full of poinsettias....it was so beautiful.
muddled world painted black
winter breeze chills cold souls...
silent star winks
344pm Nov 27, 2010
*For Andrea's Haiku me a Christmas Tree contest :)
lights mirror your eyes...
the colors highlight our scene...
the bow around us...
"Haiku me a Christmas tree contest by Andrea Dietrich
1 An Invitation :
Tea Party with Candy Sweet
Memories of LOVE
2 The Sweetheart of Soul
My Valentine “Candy Sweet”
3 For a Silent Beau
Sweetheart of the Soup
Inspired by the Contest " Special Sentimental Senryu "
Sponsored By " Linda-Marie " The SweetHeart of P.S. " (and Me)"
Dedicated To " Linda-Marie ~ The SweetHeart of POETRY Soup (and Me) "
send greetings across the miles...
longing fills my heart
*Entry for Brian's three-line contest
his thanksgiving feast
the loved ones around him there
picture hangs on wall
Shoppers walk to tunes;
Mall’s cacophony rings loud,
Santa listens well.
old hall clock chimes twelve
this silent rush