tan renga, november, carpe diem

Curious Greeter

October forest
with amethyst enchantment
frost greeting sunlight**

provokes curiosity
in search of a free handout

curiosity, tan renga, provoked, free handout, enchantment, october forest

photo source: Wikimedia common

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Inspiration: Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem November Tan Renga Challenge

Style: Tan Renga, a Japanese poetry form where two writers collaborate to complete a haiku. Today’s featured haiku by **Genesmusings followed by my two, seven-syllable line completion.

Smiles, laughter and abundant blessings to you – thanks!

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yellow sail, tan renga, life, pleasures, escape, haiku

Sea Escape Tan Renga

echoes of the past
resound into the present
a dream of the sea**

to escape with small pleasures
while navigating life’s course

Odilon Redon, yellow sail, final journey, soul, guardians,

Artist: Odilon Redon (1905)

Written for: Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem November Tan Renga Challenge “echoes of the past”

Style: Tan Renga, a Japanese poem where two writers complete a haiku. The featured haiku is from **Off the Tippett and followed by my two, seven-syllable line completion.

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tan renga, november, carpe diem

Sailing a Lullaby Dream

sheets of waves cover
asleep sea, lighthouse rotates
sparkling lullabies**

drifting between two sailboats
the artist set sail the dream

Hiroshi Yoshida, sailing ships, tan renga,sparkling sea,dreams, lullabies

Artist: Hiroshi Yoshida

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Written forChevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem November Tan Renga Challenge “sheets of waves cover”

Style: Tan Renga, a Japanese poetry style where two writers collaborate to complete a haiku. Today’s haiku features **The Inner Zone from The Pigments of Life followed by my two, seven syllable line stanzas.

Smiles, laughter and creative inspirations to you! Thank you.

 

tan renga, november, carpe diem

Summer’s Heat

November brings chillier temperatures in some parts of the world. Now that the thermometer reads thirty-two degrees outside, *Ese from Esenga’s Voice feels like the perfect haiku for today’s Tan Renga Day 11 challenge.

Grab your coat, it’s cold outside… and remember, Ese’s haiku comes first and I follow with two, seven-syllable lines.

fog over empty pond
in wingspans of migratory geese
farewell to summer*

its impetuous passion
prolonged with hot sake brew

Blowfish fin sake, tan renga, november, passion, prolong summer

Join us over here at Chevrefeuille’s Carpe Diem November Tan Renga Challenge.

Thank you