Shedding Summer Skin – TRM

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

Maggie Grace of presents Shedding Summer Skin:

shedding summer skin
willow floats downstream
reflecting season’s end

[ … ] your stanza ??????

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shedding summer skin
willow floats downstream
reflecting season’s end
bowing to Mother Nature
autumn volleys in color

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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 Maggie Grace)

Tan Renga Month #7:
shedding summer skin
willow floats downstream
reflecting season’s end

[ … ] 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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7 Responses to Shedding Summer Skin – TRM

  1. Sun says:

    beautiful – i like the word you chose, volleys. nice ☺

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  2. A wonderful painting of autumn

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  3. eliz frank says:

    Color is a lovely autumn theme… I love fall colors too.
    Eliz

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  4. atrm61 says:

    Wonderful imagery-nature is transitory and even before one season is gone completely,the other boldly steps in to take over:-)

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  5. Fade out russet and gold
    Fade in grey iciness

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  6. I like this completion Becca, it makes the feeling of autumn stronger, but it also celebrates autumn … nicely done.

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