Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #4 PASSION & CHEER

Happy Tuesday everyone! Welcome to the TANKA CAFÉ. Are you ready to get groovy with your poetry? Then, you’re in the right place! Pull up a chair, order some coffee or tea and let’s write some TANKA poetry. Here are some great sites that will help you write your Tanka…. Continue reading

Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #3 Hope & Wait

Happy Tuesday everyone! Welcome to the TANKA CAFÉ. Are you ready to get your poetry groove on? Then, you’re in the right place! Pull up a chair, order some coffee or tea and let’s write some TANKA poetry. Here are some great sites that will help you write your Tanka…. Continue reading

Silver’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Prompt Challenge #2 Magic & Glitter

Happy Tuesday everyone! Are you ready to get your poetry groove on? Then, you’re in the right place! Pull up a chair, order some coffee or tea and let’s write some TANKA poetry. Here are some great sites that will help you write your Tanka. thesaurus.com For Synonyms and Antonyms…. Continue reading

Weekly Tanka Prompt Challenge – Week 11 – Game Birds

I just stumbled upon this challenge sponsored by Elsie in New Zealand, on her blog, Ramblings of a Writer! How exciting. Since I’ve started my own Tanka Challenge how could I resist? You can never have too many Haiku or Tanka Challenges for me. <3 Her requirements are to make… Continue reading

Her Life’s Defining Moment – A Tanka

The RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #105 words for this week are “Time & Grow.” I am going to spread my wings a bit and write a Tanka poem instead of a Haiku. You can always spot a Tanka because it has five lines with syllables in each line… Continue reading

Shrouded Silhouettes

For my Word Snap Weekly challenge this week, sponsored by Amanda of Unique Art Chic, I would like to add a Tanka poem to celebrate warmer temperatures (for today only) and the return to fog and rainy mornings here in Pensacola, Florida. What is a Tanka, you ask?  Here is… Continue reading

Gardens In My Mind

This is my first effort at writing a Tanka poem.  Not my best, but learning is fun!   A Tanka poem is similar to a Haiku poem although it contains 5 lines with a syllable count for each line as such:  5/7/5/7/7 = 31 syllables.  Tanka poems use simile, metaphor and… Continue reading