#Haiku Happenings #7: Nicholas Klacsanzky presents a commentary on Lori Ann Minor’s current #tanka!
as the sky
sips of bland tea
in the city winter
© Lori Ann Minor (USA)
Prune Juice, Issue 22, 2017
Ennui. I think at one time or another, we have all felt this way. Not depressed, not euphoric, just kind of blah. As we get older, become physically gray, are in a gray sky environment, those feelings do tend to come upon us. Ironically, as I began to respond to this, my wife asked if I would like some tea—she brought some to me, Earl Grey (decaffeinated). I like this tanka—it captures a human, most likely universal experience.
– Dana Grover (USA)
There’s a state called anhedonia that accompanies major depression and is indicative of that condition; sensations are muted and one can’t find pleasure in music, food, sex, or even the little things like a cup of tea. This tanka captures that muted…
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