At Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, we have a new episode of our Tan Renga Challenge (TRC) Month May 2019. sunday morning all the waves in white kneeling on the beach © Jane Reichhold a baby starfish sits on the tip of my ring finger © The Abject Muse
For this Renga With Jane Reichhold, Chèvrefeuille has chosen six (6) haiku from her online Saijiki "A Dictionary of Haiku". Here are the haiku to work with: beach diamonds a new day crystallized in sunny surf foam colony of seagulls scrapping over yesterday's French fries. white pussy willows above a muddy swollen river fat [...]
Today at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, our challenge is to create a Tan Renga from the Haiku below by Jane Reichhold. changing forms all around the Buddha clouds in a blue sky © Jane Reichhold shapeshifting magical breezes the Buddha is breathing
Today's prompt at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is to create a Tan Renga from Jane Reichhold's Haiku, below. bright enough to write a poem the cold moon looks on and patiently waits for my muse to show up.
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 [...]
The challenge for this weekend meditation at Carpe Diem Haiku is to create Tan Renga with the below three given haiku by Jane Reichhold. A Tan Renga looks like a Tanka, but is written by two poets instead of one poet. It's a kind of chained poem. You have to create the second stanza of [...]