Here’s Colleen M. Chesebro’s WEEKLY TANKA TUESDAY POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 203.
I’m attempting something new, a renga poem based on the image below.
I borrowed Colleen’s explanation of this type of poem from her site.
A renga poem is a cooperative poem, written by two or more poets.
The first three lines, the hokku (haiku portion in 5/7/5), are written by Colleen.
The next two lines are mine. They are called the wakiku: two seven-syllable lines that connect with the interaction between the different links.
More information here: Cheatsheet
crows gather to remember
the gifts of summer
As winter slowly creeps in
Burying those sweet memories.