How’s the Sky Out There?

Simple Senryus, just to bring my mood back in writing. These areΒ  specially made to join the Thursday Poets Rally Week 38 hosted by Jingle and co-hosted by Leo. Enjoy. πŸ˜‰

How’s the Sky Out There?


“How’s the sky out there?”

She wrote it in a paper,

because she missed him.




“What the hell is this?”

She screamed and threw the paper.

“Damn, right! I hate him!”




“What’s wrong with her, pal?”

asked Pen to his friend, Paper.

“She’s in love. Definitely.”


– Pen, Paper, and Their Master –


23 thoughts on “How’s the Sky Out There?

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  2. I have to look up the difference between Haiku and senryus. I am happy to visit your blog for the first time. I look forward to reading more as I liked very much what you wrote here. Thanks, too, for visiting me. Hugs, pat

    • According to wikipedia, haiku and senryu are same in structure, but different in themes. Other than that, I don’t really know. πŸ™‚
      Look forward for your writings too, Pat. *hugs*

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  4. Greetings:

    Hope all is well.

    Noting that you have been part of poets rally in the year of 2011,
    what an achievement, thanks for your outstanding contribution to us
    along the way, keep up the excellence. Best!

    Come join our poetry rally today if you wish to mingle and get inspired!

    A poem of your choice or a free verse is accepted.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Looking forward to seeing you share.
    Respect and hugs.

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