Pandemic: home-makers turned hair-dressers! Who will cut my hair during lockdowns, but, my mother, my wife, or my husband?
Honey, have you seen my glasses? Is about keeping things so safely that they couldn’t be found!
Forgetfulness and mindfulness- is about using mindfulness to track moments of actions to overcome forgetfulness.
A smile to set things straight (Senryū) – can one fix a smile, a genuine smile?
Tuesday with Teddy- is a Senryū poem about a single child playing with a teddy bear toy for company.
Apathy, unfeelingly is a Senryū poem about apathy, great suffering and void of feelings.
Waiting at a corner of the room is a Senryū about a mother dying in ICU and her last words to her kids.
Are our kids matured? is a senryu poem about how some children mature at different ages. Some earlier in life and some later, which some adults, never seem to!