Carpe Diem’s Tan Renga Wednesday #11 family tombstone
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Here is the haiku to work with:
adding father’s name
to the family tombstone
with room for my own
© Nicholas Virgilio
And now it’s up to you to create a Tan Renga with this haiku by adding your two-lined stanza. Enjoy the challenge.
ancient secrets held in stone
silently wait to guard mine
as evening falls
sad sounds of a broken heart
the mourning dove’s call
Tuesday Poetics with Lillian –
what are your dreams made of?
Seven-year olds are wise in the way of dreams –
which shows to avoid too near bedtime
In order to dodge sketchy dreams.
Which ones could lead to full-blown nightmares.
Shows that feature mummies or yetis
are at the top of the list, along with anything that dies.
Only shows that make you laugh are allowed.
I should have heeded the warnings.
Check out the dreamers at http://dversepoets.com
d’Verse Poets Pub – Quadrille #96: Wild Monday
Kim has us going wild today.
She never did sow wild oats.
She was more like oatmeal –
quiet, dependable, good for you.
But when he came along,
with his wild blueberries and
sweet sugar, it was the perfect
match – a recipe for a bowl full
of happily ever-after mornings.