Tag Archives: Tan Renga

Spring

Carpe Diem #1608 Tan Renga Challenge Month 2019 (12) Spring is in the air *** the sky is bluer birds are singing once again caressed by sunshine (c) Kim M. Russell Flower petals reach upward Scenting the warm spring breeze

Night of Firefly

Today at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, the Tan Renga Challenge is a Hineri (with a twist) challenge and that means you have to create a Tan Renga and two other stanza, so you have to create not only the second stanza of two lines, but also a third stanza (three lines) and a fourth stanza […]
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Passing Through

Today at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai, we are tasked with creating a Tan  Renga using the Haiku below created by Chiyo-Ni. waterweed floating away, despite  the butterfly’s weight on it   © Chiyo-Ni (Tr. Ueda) drifting through a rainbow after a midsummer shower.  

Summertime Song

This week’s challenge at Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie is to make Chèvrefeuille’s Tan Renga complete by adding your two-lined stanza to the his haiku: silence found the colorful sky at sunset – cicadas sing   © Chèvrefeuille   their summertime song fireflies sway in twilight’s breeze    

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.