A Senryu poem for Round 38 of Pond Poetry lamenting the loss of individualism.
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Once we were unique.
Persons hitherto valued,
now carbon copied.
This Senryu poem was written for Round 38 of the "Pond Poetry - ON HIATUS!" contest using the image above.
A Japanese poem similar in structure to haiku, a Senryu is more concerned with human nature, and is often humorous or satiric--usually in three lines of seventeen kana, or syllables (in American terms). This poem follows a 5, 7, 5 syllable line pattern.