wet garden at sunrise

 

a swinging gate

on both sides the flowers

open – close                                   (C) Jane Reichhold

 

welcome morning glory vine

garden spider’s dewy web          (C) lynn__

 


A “tan renga” is haiku written by one poet and 2-line response by another poet.

well & done

 

Chevrefeuille at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai challenges us to “revise” a classical haiku by famous female haiku writer. Here is my humble attempt…

 

morning glory!

the well bucket-entangled,

I ask for water

© Chiyo-Ni

 

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glory of morning

entangled in blooming vine

beauty fills my well

© lynn

tan renga florals

A tan renga is written by 2 poets:  the first writes a haiku, the second writes a 2-line response.  Join the fun at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai in the merry month of May!  (photo credits: CDHK)

 

morning glory!
the well bucket-entangled, Blue Morning Glory
I ask for water

© Chiyo-Ni (1703-1775)

rope loosens bucket
I go home thirsty!

(c) lynn__

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petal lanterns —
a waterfall of flowers
her lips touch mine

© Hamish Managua Gunn

softest rain showers
love’s fragrance divine

(c) lynn__