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Headset (((3)))

addressing the psychological aspect of literary craft as it applies to haiku and senryu Headset (((three))) Even More Mood: Wabi, Sabi, Empty BY Paul Watsky                                     an empty elevator                                     opens                                     closes                                          —Jack Cain                                     (The Haiku Anthology, p. 21. All poems quoted…

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Headset (((two)))

Headsets addresses the psychological aspect of literary craft as it applies to haiku and senryu. Poetry elicits emotion and associations from readers by means of subjectively potent rhetorical devices. Classic psychotherapy questions will be asked: “What’s happening here?” and “How…

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Headsets (((introduction)))

Headsets addresses the psychological aspect of literary craft as it applies to haiku and senryu. Poetry elicits emotion and associations from readers by means of subjectively potent rhetorical devices. Classic psychotherapy questions will be asked: “What's happening here?” and “How…

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Headset (((one)))

Headset (((one))) By Paul Watsky A reader’s mood, “a conscious state of mind or emotion” (according to Webster’s on-line dictionary), derives from two principal factors: the poem’s tone—herein understood as the writer’s expressed attitude toward the material and/or reader—and the…

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