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 Category:  Family Poetry
  Posted: February 24, 2021      Views: 96
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Chapter 78 of the book The Two of Me
Growing Peace of Mind
"Tending A Garden of Love" by QC Poet

Sowing seeds of Hope,
Vastly increases Life's flow,
Easing your Brain's stress!
Uprooting worries planted,
Peace of Mind growing granted!

 

 


Tanka Poetry Contest contest entry

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Author Notes
Tending A Garden of Love
2/24/2021
By; Chochee Medina
(A.K.A) George Martinez / QC Poet

Growing Peace of Mind

Notes;
Photo Collage is a mixture of a photo from a Free Internet Culture Site Download and the Author's Family Photo Collection arrangement.

Pictured with me (Eldest shown in this picture) are two of my younger brothers. There are 6 boys and 2 Girls in my family, I am the Forth Eldest.

Our Father was Richly Blessed with Talent, among his many skills shared with us kids were; Gardening / Landscaping, Mechanics, Masonry, Plumbing, Painter, and Of Course Parenting and many others.

The Rough Translation for Collage Photo's Saying Is;
It's Time to Forget Everything and Sow the Light in Your Heart!


A Tanka is another poetry type related to the haiku. The first three lines are unrhymed. They have a syllable count of five, seven, five like the haiku. But the last two lines both have seven syllables. So the syllable count is: (5, 7, 5, 7, 7)

A Traditional Japanese haiku requires some reference to nature or the season. The goal of a haiku is to capture a single moment with very few words

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