This week, Frank Tassone asks us to , write the haikai poem of your choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that states or alludes to either Fall foliage or goose (kari)–or both, if you feel so inclined!
I chose a Tanka.
My ears hear Autumn Mournful honk of a lone goose Crisp crushing of leaves I feel the woosh of feathers Cold rustling in the north wind
This week, Frank Tassone asks us to write the haikai poem of our choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that alludes to either the cricket (koorogi) or the morning-glory (asagao).
As always: Here’s how the challenge works:
1. write the haikai poem of your choice. 2. post the link of your post to Mister Linky. 3. pingback by posting the link to the challenge on your site. 4. read and comment on other contributors’ posts.
Whats the story morning glory, I ask as I walk out on to the veranda. The sun and the sea greet me and my spirits are lifted. The sound of dawn so different from the night before, no chirping cricket no mosquito buzz just sea lapping the shore. Then I wake to traffic, rain and another dull London day.
Bright bursts of colour
God’s welcome to the new day
Telling us a tale.
I chose a Haibun this week because I wanted to use the phrase , ‘what’s the story morning glory’ and it has eight syllables in the line which does not meet any of the other disaplins in the challenge. The phrase is one we use when we meet someone up bright and early. Like the flower greeting the sun.
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