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Senryu Stress Poems | Senryu Poems About Stress

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That Stalker


He strolled.
He paced each day.

That Stalker!


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Playground

Kids go down
The slide…they head toward the swings
TIME TO SCREAM!

Free time ends
Their parents want to go home
Frowns exchange 


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I Don't Know Whether To Laugh Or Cry

Laughter... 

The manic depressives greatest tool 

Are you kidding me?


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The Kids of Divorce

Mom and Dad divorce; the kids are damaged for life; but some are relieved.


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The Vital Holy Day

Getting ready for
Passover to shed us might
For joyous future

The significance 
Of God’s holiday is way
More vital than us 


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MY REVENGE ON ME

                                               when get hurt in heart
                                              then i angry with myself
                                                 my revenge on me

                                             when get hurt in heart
                                         sustain heavy loss for pain
                                                  revenges on me

                                              When get hurt in heart
                                                losses valuable time
                                                 my revenge on me


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Synaesthesia

color awe
so crystal as to hear an
enigma

whiffed fragrance
a strangeness to scarcely taste
obscure scenes

light is sown
feel the warmth that follows miles
minds do smile


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"An individual whose conscious awareness is such that a sound becomes fused with a sense of color and taste; for whom each fleeting impression engenders a vivid, inextinguishable image; for whom words have quite different meanings than they do for us—such a person cannot mature in the same way others do, nor will his inner world, his life history tend to be like others'."

from:

Luria, A. R. & Solotaroff, Lynn (translator) (1968) The mind of a mnemonist: a little book about a vast memory. Jonathan Cape


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BURSTS AFTER LIMIT

                                                    feeling by giving
                                            not same by taking indeed
                                                 needs indicate there

                                                  one side's sacrifice
                                              good with in fit tolerance
                                                    bursts after limit


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ACCENTS AND STRESS

reading to ourselves

never speaking verse aloud

do we miss the point


Note: I was reminded of this aspect of poetry when my wife recently recited one of her 
favourite poems to me from her school days by Walter De La Mare 'Off the Ground'.