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A wonder indeed!The Eucalyptus
Great completion Nonnie!
this is lovely! i like "besieged with rapture" nice!!
Hi Nonnie. I never heard of "Tanka" and love the idea of seven syllables. Awesome. Thanks.
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
Loved that thought.. and through the eyes comes the words
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.
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