Senryu of friends

The last day of my personal haiku challenge is where I acknowledge the support of my friends, including my friend from le Moulin who is shortly to arrive bearing lunch, with this group of senryu.

Most crucial aspect
of life for me is friendship ­─
real or virtual

Friendship takes effort ─
always around when needed,
response immediate

Ungrudging friendship
is what makes our lives worthwhile ─
recipe for joy.

 

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11 Responses to Senryu of friends

  1. I feel like I’ve been a bad friend lately, with no blogging and no Skype 😦

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  2. where would we be without our friends? I often ponder that.

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  3. What lovely thoughts here. Hannah Gosselin said it best. Friends are more valuable than gold or food to me. They will help you get either or both. 🙂 You have sent me to the dictionary again and I’ve learned something new today. Thank you. The difference between senryu and haiku. Since I know nothing of poetry, it has been quite a lesson.

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  4. Ungrudging…that’s so key…friendships really do take work. Wise writing and advice, Viv. ♥

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  5. tialys says:

    Very true Viv and when friendship comes bearing lunch it’s even more joyful.

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  6. katechiconi says:

    Lovely! Here’s to friendship and friends far and near.

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  7. Misky says:

    Bon appetit, Viv!

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