tan renga, november, carpe diem

Regrets by the Bagful

Since the featured haiku for the Carpe Diem November Tan Renga Challenge below is mine [smiling] I am guessing this is more a Tanka – the Japanese poem written by one person, consisting of a haiku followed with a two, seven-syllable lines, rather than a true Tan Renga.

The haiku comes from my Seashells Haiku post. Here we go…

gathering seashells
while ocean tide rise and falls
two sisters bicker

casting lines of hurtful words
both take home bags of regrets

Kiddharma, bags of regrets, bickering sisters, tanka, casting lines, hurtful words

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27 thoughts on “Regrets by the Bagful

    • Sun says:

      yes, unfortunately, it is hard to find courage to forgive and forget, Brenda. i try to remember how short our time here is…thank you & hope you’re having a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. much love ☺


      • Brenda says:

        It helps to have a peacemaker in your family. They are very valuable people. If you don’t have one, then someone is not doing their job… 🙂 Brenda


  1. Island Traveler says:

    Sometimes we let our anger and emotions overcome our heart and make us say or do things we later regret . Good news is people can forgive. We can forgive. That there ‘s opportunity for second chances and new start. Inspiring post.


    • Sun says:

      you always know how to put things into perfect perspective, IT – your words, sound advice on anger and forgiveness. thanks for sharing. ☺


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