The Eucalyptus – TRM

Tan Renga Challenge Month (TRM)
at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai.

Steph of restraint unfettered presents:

the eucalyptus
captures the iridescence
in the morning fog

[ … ] your stanza ??????

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the eucalyptus
captures the iridescence
in the morning fog
gamut of expanding mist
dissipates its sweet fragrance

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A Tan Renga is a short chained poem and is written by two poets. It looks very similar with the Tanka, the only difference is that Tan Renga is written by two poets and the Tanka by one poet. In this Tan Renga Challenge the goal is to write the second stanza (7-7) of the Tan Renga by associating on the image or the words painted in the haiku.
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My previous entries for Tan Renga Challenge

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2013


LOGO - Carpe Diem Tan Renga Month Nov 2013
(by Steph)

Tan Renga Month #6:
the eucalyptus
captures the iridescence
in the morning fog

[ … ] your stanza ??????

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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12 Responses to The Eucalyptus – TRM

  1. This is a very nice completion.. I like to leave my November

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  2. atrm61 says:

    Beautifully completed with strong imagery Becca:-)

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  3. The perfume of the Eucalyptus becomes even stronger in the morning fog

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  4. Steph says:

    It’s impossible not to imagine that fragrance. I like your word choice of gamut.

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  5. Sun says:

    what a lovely way to show the mist carrying the fragrance of the eucalyptus. beautiful. thank you!

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  6. jrbsays says:

    I love gamut.
    As I said at Lolly’s, the Blue Mountains in Sydney got their name from the blue mist that rises from the eucalyptus forests in summer.
    The Eucalyptus

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  7. Nonnie says:

    I’m an ingenue with the various haiku forms, having previously used only the 3-5-3 form or 5-7-5 form. I appreciate the added explanation you gave.
    You have a stunning header and sidebars plus I love the title of your blog, what imagery it imparts.

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