Renga with Jane Reichhold

Today at Carpe Diem Haiku I challenge you to create a renga with Jane Reichhold’s haiku. As you all know you may choose your own “line-up” and try to create a “closed chain” through an association on the “hokku” (starting verse) in the “ageku” (closing verse). You have to add the two lined stanza (approximately 14 syllables) to complete this Renga With Jane Reichhold.

 

frozen cliffs
swept by lighthouse beams
soft in the dark

silver frost moon gilded

by kindred crystalline stars.

giant waves
sea cliff rocks
summer sea secure

harem of sea lions howl

vying for male’s attention

 

high tossed mists
warmed in morning sun
above winter cliffs

an eagle tends to her young

safe in an evergreen nest

 

after the storm
sandstone cliffs relax pebbles
into the beach

sparkling in the sunrise

jewels of the sand


high tide
brings storm waves
to cliff dwellers

salt spray stinging faces

peppering gusty winds


sea spray
the cliff laced
by crystal

fragments glistening

kaleidoscope in the sun.

 

 

Susan Marie Shuman/SusanWritesPrecise

Ruby Beach, WA
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