Eternally in My Heart

Eternally in My Heart
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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Carpe Diem ~ Tan Renga Challenge Month #VI

the eucalyptus
captures the iridescence
in the morning fog

(c) Steph

Complete the haiku
 with two seven syllable lines to create a tanka.

my eyes besieged with rapture
at the glorious wonder


10 comments:

beccagivens said...

a glorious sight indeed!! :)

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jrbhaiku said...

A wonder indeed!

The Eucalyptus

judie said...

Great completion Nonnie!

seraphim6.me said...

this is lovely! i like "besieged with rapture" nice!!

MeOfCourse said...

Hi Nonnie. I never heard of "Tanka" and love the idea of seven syllables. Awesome. Thanks.

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Welcome Nonnie at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, very nice to see you visiting Carpe Diem. I love the way how you have completed this Tan Renga (a poem by two poets) You mentioned it a Tanka, Tanka has the same structure but is written by one poet instead of two.
By the way: I am your host at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai. Feel free to visit us again

Atreyee said...

Lovely:-)

Björn said...

Loved that thought.. and through the eyes comes the words

Norma Ruttan said...

I learned about the difference between tan renga and tanka after I had already posted. As a retired teacher, I demonstrated often that it's okay to make a mistake; that's one way we learn. And as a beginner in this form new to me, I may make more mistakes, right? Thanks for visiting me.