Tag Archives: Tanka

May 10, 2014- Dew-Covered Web

My new word for the date is concatenate, the meaning of which is “to link together; unite in a series or a chain.” (My thanks to Dictionary.com).

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May 9, 2014: Leaves

Back to the tried and true Tanka form for today.

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May 2, 2014- Geranium

Earlier today, I accidentally published before I was ready. Here is my updated poem with an image. 🙂

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NaPoWriMo Day #26: Sunlight

The beauty of sunlight condensed to 31 syllables-a tanka.   Now available for purchase on Zazzle.com! Sunlight Through Leaves Picture Poem Tile by ImagesbyDeborah View other Sunlight Tiles at Zazzle.com

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NaPoWriMo Day #18: The Church Choir

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NaPoWriMo Day #12: Weaver

 

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NaPoWriMo Day 7: Song of the Cardinal

For day 7 I took a stab at a form called Tanka. Song of the Cardinal Perched on a high branch Feathers bright, brighter than blood The Cardinal whistles Tweeet tweeet, then whip whip whip whip  Springtime sounds fill me … Continue reading

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