Calling all poets!

ANYONE interested in participating in an altered Renga Round?17703420-origpic-1bbdb2

Renga: “Japanese linked poetry in the form of a tanka (or series of tanka), with the first three lines composed by one person and the second two by another. A typical renga sequence is comprised of 100 stanzas composed by about three poets in a single sitting.”

My preference is for one poet to write 2-3 lines, then the other reply with 2-3 lines, usually free style but whatever emerges is great.  It’s complete when both poets “FEEL” it is whole, then they pick a title.  Once it is done, we will publish it here referencing both poets as co-authors alphabetically.  It’s fun and you never know what you’ll get.  If you’re interested, send me an email and let’s get started.

Send your lines to:    minstrels.muses@gmail.com
I’ll reply with 2-3 days and vice versa.
Let’s write together!

4 thoughts on “Calling all poets!

  1. This is a Renga of an idea. I will try it if you get it started! lina

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