Desert Echo #haiku #tanrenga


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ancient laughter
captured in a canyon wind –
yucca leaves, rustling

© Jen of Blog It Or Lose It

ancient laughter

captured in canyon wind

yucca leaves, rustling

~Jen

echoed conversation

wisdom of the ages

~mdw

This is Carpe Diem’s Tan Renga prompt for the weekend

If you are unfamiliar with the Tan Renga form,

the second “stanza” of 7-7 is an echo of another poet’s haiku

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4 thoughts on “Desert Echo #haiku #tanrenga

  1. I’ve been wondering how to define the tan renga: a response, a continuation, a completion, a collaboration, an answer? Wonderful that so many people, each dealing with the same haiku, comes up with so many very different voices.

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