Category Archives: Tanka

Obeisance

Before the glory Bowing heads in submission Obeisance offeredObeisance is recognized Before the glory I seeBowing heads in tearsA thousand soul released From the chains of nowReturning home humbledObeisance offered in silence. January 26, 2021

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Gauze

Alone note struck The last of winter birds sings A piano plays note A grove – suspended silence A rose awaits the end of gauze. … December 28, 2020

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A ballad of a lonely raindrop!

This poem is an experimentation with Haiku and Tanka forms. It is also a reflection on the year of the pandemic as the year draws closer to its end. A storm passed? Let’s hope. … Lonely raindrop left An angry … Continue reading

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