Index of Poetry.
Highlights for Poetry.
Books of Poetry Form. How to Write Poetry. Latest books read.
Essays on how to write specific forms:
Haibun. Haiga. Haiku. Hay(na)ku. Rengay. Renku. Tanka. Tan-renga.
Cinquain. Concrete. Fib. Ghazal. Lai. Pantoum. Prose poem. Rondeau. Rubáiyát.
Sestina. Skaldic verse. Sonnet. Terza rima. Triolet. Tritina. Villanelle.
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|Haiku by Bashō. Haiku by Shiki. Haiku by J. Zimmerman. Tanka by J. Zimmerman. Ueda on Tanka.|
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The Tan-Renga Verse Form
by J. Zimmerman.
The Tan-renga is a collaborative Japanese verse form in which a tanka is written jointly by two authors. Typically one author offers the first three phrases of the poem and the other author responds with two phrases.
Its name (from the Japanese) translates as "short connecting poem" or "short linked poem".
Of particular interest are Tan-renga that exhibit the attributes of 'link and shift'.
Some examples in which the author collaborated appeared in a recent issue of A 100 Gourds.
Books of Poetry Form. Alphabetic list of poetry forms, etc. How to Write Poetry.
© 2012-2016 by J. Zimmerman.
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