Tan Renga- Carpe Diem Haiku Kai – June 1, 2014

new+logo+Tan+Renga+Challengeribbon of colours
streaks across the endless sky
dance of the spirits

© Celestine of Reading Pleasure

delighting innocent souls
weaving northern light ballet
© G.s.k.

Tan Renga – Carpe Diem Haiku Kai # 37

Please click the link above for the full prompt and to see how renga works 😉 … Bastet

28 thoughts on “Tan Renga- Carpe Diem Haiku Kai – June 1, 2014

  1. Oh Ilove this, Georgia. I have yet to see the Northern Lights! many First Nations People call from up North and they share their stories…so beautiful, Aurore Boreal…si merveilleux!


        • That would be something to go on a trip to see. I suppose we could go up to Sweden, Finland or Norway to see them. Interesting idea…but don’t think it’sll get any further than that!


          • Cool…like the idea of a rail excursion…I think it would take me more than 8 hours to make it to the North and of course this is the wrong time of the year for Northern Lights…but it could be an interesting trip for the winter!


          • Cool! I guess I was remembering Anchorage…this is the time of year when it’s always sun shiny. Which I actually loved very much being an early riser, but with the sun there weren’t any northern lights that I remember.


          • I’ve been thinking of using my “private blog” to do some revisioning of older poems. Would you care to be a reader?


          • I’ve got so much stuff to read through and re-write that it’s not even funny anymore. I’ll send you an e-mail soon…and thanks! I’ll be looking forward to your 2nd vacation in August!


          • I dont think we are…that makes total sense…when I used to do transcriptions of court cases, I had to have someone else read and edit my transcripts…we just pass over our own mistakes over …and for poetry or any writing, it helps to have someone to ask questions to ensure they know what you mean…you write beautifully, Georgia. Time to publish an anthology from Italia (cool!!!) How is your son doing?


          • Thanks for this encouragment and understanding. It would be nice to get something out there…believe it or not, I’m really a chicken when it comes to the idea of publishing…but I want to get over this phobia and move on! My son’s cheek has finally deflated and he’s almost back to normal…poor dear has to go through all this again in June, but for the moment, he’s planing a trip to France to visit a friend…thanks for asking! 🙂


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