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SENRYU SENRYU SENRYU

April is fun poetry month and, in the spirit, I asked my Facebook friends to send me some Senryu.  First let me provide a definition of Senryu.  From Wiki: Senryū (川柳?, literally ‘river willow’) is a Japanese form of short poetry similar … Continue reading

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Inglewood Cacophony

Inglewood Cacophony (For Eric Lawson) First the dogs erupt in a flurry of barks and howls followed by the Doppler effect of emergency sirens, then a policeman through a megaphone orders someone to get out of a car and orders … Continue reading

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Eric Lawson – “Concrete Shoreline”

Eric Lawson is an author and actor living in Los Angeles. He has two poetry chapbooks under his belt: “Lady, Control Your Cats” and “Now With More Ewoks.” With Lyza Fontana, the comedy collections “Jackassery,” “Medusa Coils,” and “Snarky Snippets.” … Continue reading

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