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Tanka(when she sees the light) by vickib
 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: January 31, 2013      Views: 314

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when she sees the light
natural beauty shines through
aha haiku face
gloriously her cheeks fill
with a mischievous smile



Tanka Forget-About-Syllable Contest writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
TANKA FORGET-ABOUT-SYLLABLE CONTEST

Tanka is a Japanese form of poetry consisting of five lines OR five phrases in five lines, in 31 or fewer syllables, preferably formatted short/long/short/long/long. This contest does NOT require the strict 5-7-5-7-7 structure. Please read ALL rules thoroughly before entering. Your poem will be monitored. Nothing crude or rude will be allowed, so please keep your poem clean or it will be disqualified.


Tanka:
-involve human nature or the human element
-have a pivot, shift, or turn line
-can have simile; metaphor; personification
-often use a seasonal reference, or nature imagery
-can be enhanced with artwork
-should be titled as follows: tanka (first line of poem) e.g. tanka (beer cans strewn)

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Inspired by Gloria (emmex) for her haiku face. I liked that thought so much I tried to write about it. Here's to you Gloria!

Thank you Cleo85 for your great artwork called "Obvervant".

AHA is extract from flowers and used as beauty products. AHA stands for A-Hydroxy Acids. I'm such a fountain of knowledge aren't I? Definitely not a fountain of youth.


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