|The full set|
|The sad girl who likes yellow candy|
Senryū (川柳, literally 'river willow') is a Japanese form of short poetry . Senryū tend to be about human weakness. Senryū are often cynical or darkly humorous.
Senryū is named after Edo period haikai poet Senryū Karai (柄井川柳, 1718-1790), whose collection Haifūyanagidaru (誹風柳多留) launched the genre into the public consciousness.
Senryū is traditionally written with karumi, lightness. The ability to produce cynical and dark humor or irony out of common things or people, and the ability to laugh at oneself is karumi. (source: Wikipedia)
|At the bar|
|The Shop keeper|
|The Baseball players|
|A rainy night|
|At the Tea Room|
|The Kitchen Moover|
|Taking the Bulldog out|