BP: Haiku Dialogue’s Opposites Attract (junior/senior)

On Wednesdays, the Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Dialogue column is published. The ongoing series, which is edited by K.J. Munro, is all about opposites right now. The column contains many haiku, some with commentary, on the prompt of junior/senior. Once again, this pedometer geek poet feels fortunate to have had one haiku picked for the column. It is as follows:

family reunion…
patriarch still called
Junior

~Nancy Brady, 2020

Check out all the haiku on the subject at http://www.thehaikufoundation.org on the Troutswirl blog. Next week’s prompt is sharp/blunt, and submissions through midnight PST tonight are being accepted.

About pedometergeek

A pharmacist by profession, a haiku poet by nature, I read and write. I have a book of haiku, Ohayo Haiku, and another somewhat alternative haiku book, Three Breaths, but write other genres. I also read...lots of novels! My favorite is, and remains, Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged but I am also a big Harry Potter fan. I truly am a pedometer geek strapping on my pedometer as soon as I awaken.
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2 Responses to BP: Haiku Dialogue’s Opposites Attract (junior/senior)

  1. Jules says:

    Names are funny how they can stick with you. Either out of respect, fear, or jest.

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  2. Yeah, the man I was thinking of is 90+ years old. Even though his father, for whom he was named, died even before I met him or his father, He still goes by Junior. I find names fascinating. It may be because of my parents’ names. They didn’t particularly care for them, and they named my sisters and me relatively plain, simple names. ~nan

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