TANKA TUESDAY POETRY CHALLENGE STARS | #PhotoPrompt, The psychology of color

Catch up with the amazing poetry from last week’s Colleen Chesebro’s challenge which was a photoprompt.. the star of the week is @DLFinn and it is brilliant.. head over to enjoy.

🌸Word Craft: Prose & Poetry🌸

Welcometo our weekly poetry stars celebration. This week’s challenge was to choose synonyms for the words, “loose and tight,” using one of these forms:Haiku, Senryu, Haiga, Tanka, Gogyohka, Haibun, Tanka Prose, Renga, Solo-Renga, Cinquain, and its variations, Etheree, Nonet, Shadorma, Badger Hexastich (hexastich for short), and Abhanga.

Remember… the first of the month you can write anysyllabicpoetry form of your choice. The rest of the time, we write our syllabic poetry in one of the forms listed, and we follow a schedule (posted below). I do this for a couple of reasons. It requires those of you who would like to enter contests or to submit your poetry to literary journals to learn how to follow their rules. This challenge gives you that practice. Besides, why enter a challenge if you don’t follow the rules? That’s the challenge part. ❤

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13 thoughts on “TANKA TUESDAY POETRY CHALLENGE STARS | #PhotoPrompt, The psychology of color

  1. I’ve already said how much I love your badger hexastich, Sally, and now I’ve seen Debby’s and I love that one, too. It’s amazing how the two of you can produce something so profound in so few words, and how you can make the words flow when the scaffolding is so restrictive. Kudos!

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