Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
It's my pleasure to give you an all new episode of our Tan Renga Challenge in which I challenge you to write a second stanza towards a given haiku. For this week’s Tan Renga Challenge I have chosen a modern haiku poet. I wasn’t familiar with his haiku, but after surfing the WWW I found really wonderful haiku written by Lee Gurga ... I couldn’t retrieve an email address so I couldn’t ask his permission to use his haiku. I hope he will not feel offended.
I will tell you something more after this haiku written by him, which touched me ... (by the way, the following haiku is not the TRC verse):
measure the emptiness—
© Lee Gurga
Here is our haiku for this week's TRC:
after my walk:
stuck to my glasses
|Haiga Deep Silence by Chèvrefeuille|
a perfect spiderweb
stuck to my glasses (Lee Gurga)
she crawls into my hair
I let her have her way (Chèvrefeuille)
Hm ... I don't know ... in a way I like this completion, but ....?
Well ... it's now up to you my dear Haijin, visitors and travelers, to complete this Tan Renga by putting the second (two lined, approximately 7-7 syllables a line) stanza towards it. Have fun!
This Tan Renga Challenge will be open for your submissions at noon (CET) and will remain open until next Friday July 24th at noon (CET).