A Single Sunbeam – Tan Renga

 

Written for the Carpe Diem Challenge #52:    write a Tan Renga.

Tan Renga is a two stanza poem with 5-7-5 and 7-7 syllables (5-7-5-7-7).  Unlike a Tanka written by one poet, Tan Renga is written by two.  Poet One writes the  5-7-5 and Poet Two completes 7-7.

Mark M Redfearn:

a single sunbeam
scribbling runes on fallen leaves –
autumn graffiti

[ … ] your stanza ??????

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a single sunbeam
scribbling runes on fallen leaves –
autumn graffiti
kaleidoscope of fall hues
disguise departure of blooms

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LOGO - Carpe Diem Tan Renga Challenge Sept 2014

(by Haiku writer – Mark M. Redfearn)

Prompt # 52:
a single sunbeam
scribbling runes on fallen leaves –
autumn graffiti

[ … ] your stanza ??????

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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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6 Responses to A Single Sunbeam – Tan Renga

  1. Tricky little leaves in their disguises! Thanks for playing along, Becca!

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  2. I love this continuation Becca … a beauty …

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  3. Bastet says:

    Nice closure.

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