ReBLOG | lights slowly dimming ~ senryū | Rivrvlgr

Many thanks to everyone who participated in the weekly poetry challenge. You're all amazing! Ken Gierke, aka RIVRVLOGR, I've selected you to pick the theme for the March 2020 #ThemePrompt. Please email me at tankatuesdaypoetry@gmail.com before next month's challenge. Have fun and be creative. lights slowly dimming ~ senryū lights slowly dimmingaging parent’s shallow breathsnew grandchild … Continue reading ReBLOG | lights slowly dimming ~ senryū | Rivrvlgr

the permanence of henna ~ gogyohka | RIVRVLOGR

Source: the permanence of henna ~ gogyohka Ken shares an amazing poem using a Gogyohka which is a five-line, untitled, Japanese poetic form. Unlike tanka (5/7/5/7/7 syllables), Gogyohka has no restrictions on length. (Wikipedia.org) Here are the rules for this poem from Wikipedia.com: Five rules of Gogyohka by Enta Kusakabe (1983) Gogyohka is a new form of … Continue reading the permanence of henna ~ gogyohka | RIVRVLOGR