old palace–
the guide speaks on
behalf of the king

12 Responses

  1. andreacecon Says:

    Great senryu – really enjoyed it :)

  2. Pravat Says:

    Thank you Andreacecon for your appreciation.

  3. kalaramesh Says:

    Lovely senryu, Pravat!
    Well caught!

  4. Pravat Says:

    Thank you Kala for your inspiration.

  5. Dave Read Says:

    A "guide" to the palace and the words of the king. Great stuff. :)

  6. Pravat Says:

    Thank you Dave for your kind comment and appreciation.

  7. sanjuktaa Says:

    Nice senryu! Very well-crafted!

  8. Pravat Says:

    Nice to hear from you, Sanjuktaa. Thank you for your words.I do enjoy reading your haiku.

  9. Alan Summers Says:

    Wonderful! And an intriguing reversal of roles.

    slug paths
    do they see through
    the eyes of God?

    Alan Summers
    Publication Credits:
    c.2.2. Anthology of short-verse ed. Brendan Slater & Alan Summers
    (Yet To Be Named Free Press 2013)

  10. Pravat Says:

    Thank you Alan for your comment. I always enjoy reading your wonderful haiku.

  11. Alan Summers Says:

    Your haiku also reminds me of a fabulous Kahlil Gibran short story where the overlord is ignored by people person by person until everyone ignores him and his ruthless and lazy manner.

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