Tag Archives: Jane Reichhold

Beach Diamonds to Art Deco

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 […]
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Buddha Magic

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    

Cold Moon

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.    

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 […]
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Tan Renga with Jane

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 […]
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