Triptych (Haiku/Senryu): Haunted, Cursed & Blessed

Ford Maddox Brown


how can it be you

are dead sixty days now it

should be him with her

Sunday Strange Microfiction (03/20/2017)

Theodor Kittelsen

morn few bits left all

lice need to found or he will

be she she will he

Sunday Strange Microfiction (03/26/2017)

Ferdinand Hodler

six chosen savant

bless the new prince the true blood

collecting pebble for bread

Sunday Strange Microfiction (04/02/2017)

Sunday Strange Microfiction by Jane Dougherty

Featured Image: The Kitchen by Pablo Picasso (1948)


11 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow !! Now this is a distinct piece of poetry. I was thrilled to read. Brilliant !!


    1. Sangbad says:

      Thank you for the appreciation…

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      1. It was a pleasure to read Sangbad. 🙂

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        1. Sangbad says:

          Welcome to my world…if you skim you may find few more…

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          1. I am sure…I would 🙂

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  2. All are good. Though they took some time to be understood.


    1. Sangbad says:

      a smiley…yes thought to write Haiku on some complicated things…

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  3. Strange little stories all three. Can you explain the first one to me, please? It has a very creepy feel to it.


    1. Sangbad says:

      I had done a little bit of research on Brown and had wrote this Haiku partially based on his life focusing on the untimely death of children…


      1. I guessed it was about the death of a child, I just wondered who was speaking, and to whom.


        1. Sangbad says:

          yes…the death haunted him…and that’s effecting his painting…he was talking to self…

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