He knew what was at the beach. So, he stood staring at the people walking towards the beach, wondering whether to diclose or not??
wind blown from autumn trees
a stream of gold © Jane Reichhold
colorful blanket on ground
all drenched in a thunder storm
This is TanRenga…
First hokku(haiku) is written by another poet and it is converted to tanka by another poet.
Here, haiku was written by Jane Reichhold.
2. young leaves
8. summer breeze
12. blue sky
in the pouring rain
young leaves get wet n refreshed
buds all set to bloom
mountain breeze sets up
silence and serenity
for a praying monk
river flowing down
rips of the hot summer breeze
she smiles like a bloom
on the snow clad trees
the sparrows sing songs of love
await a blue sky
This is Carpe diem full circle poem. Here there are
~ 12 words
~ each word to be used in each line in the chronological order
~ 4 haikus to be written with 5-7-5 syllable count for each of the haikus.
Independent motion – can you help? –
Please read this inspiring story…if you can help him..