Using the words “family & pets” and write a tanka poem.
Tanka poetry consists of five units, usually with the following pattern of – 5-7-5-7-7 which is syllables.
The first three lines (5/7/5) are the upper phase. This upper stage is where you create an image in your reader’s mind.
The last two lines (7/7) of a Tanka poem are called the lower phase. The final two lines should express the poet’s ideas about the image that was created in the three lines above.
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You can use the picture above, your own or no picture at all.
Copy and paste the link of your finished tanka in the comments below. I will acknowledge them the following week, also share on social networks.
My tanka poem – using the words “family & pets”.
family faithful friends
gone but never forgotten
cool pets cemetery
our farm had a pet haven
memory faithful companions
Bloggers that entered “Weekly Tanka Challenge – Week 50 – “park & peace”. Thank you.
Kaz – Is a grandmother raising her two grandchildren, interested in just about anything.
The Bag Lady – A widow, handicapped, a constant writer on her blog, loves doing most things.
Reena Saxena – Founder of ReInventions — Coach, Trainer, Writer and Personal Branding Consultant
Mick E Talbot – He loves peace and writes interesting poetry.
This week he left a reply in the comments, Please check it out.
Joelle LeGendre & Vickie – Two on a Rant,
Sarah Whiley – She writes short stories, poems, interesting website
Bronx Beyond Borders – Interesting writer, check her out she may surprise you.
Pancake Bunnykins – She classes herself as an Asian mermaid lost in transition
Charmedchaos – Musings of Life, interesting poetry, short stories
SWritings – A lady that loves writing, Title line – Dollops of Heedful Ramblings.
Sammi Scrabbles – Sammi Cox lives in the UK and loves writing, she has a new weekend writing prompt.
Cathmu_Blogspot – Smile for the world may blossom
There is no deadline here, if you would like to write a Tanka Poem from past weeks please do, I will add them to the appropriate week so readers can read them.
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