Following on from my previous post, here's a non-traditional senryu.
senryu is a form of poetry that originates from Japan. Traditionally, it
follows the same structure as a haiku and contains three lines and
specific syllable count of 5- 7-5 . The haiku deals with nature whilst a
senryu is primarily concerned with human nature and is often humorous
or satirical in content.
The above is an example of a non-traditional senryu in that it follows a 3-5-3 syllable count.