Jerry Reynolds

Renga party Invitation


what pals we are
flying June bugs on a string
poets of spring


Friendship can rippen
Sitting in the summer sun
Muse of creation


Muse of beauty
Let's write poetry
Tonight's moon will be big and bright


summer begins
the longest day


Flowers remember
How fleeting they appear
As winter draws near


They wither in their prime
But we have this day to shine


spring dew
boots covered with
cherry blossoms

  • Authors: Jerry Reynolds, Saxon Crow, Whirlpool
  • Visible: All lines
  • Finished: July 2nd, 2021 07:30
  • Limit: 15 stanzas
  • Invited: Public (any user can participate)
  • Comment from author about the poem: Renga rules: 15 stanzas altogether 3/2/3/2 pattern First stanza 3 lines 17 syllables maximum Second stanza 2 lines 14 syllables maximum A verse using the moon should appear at stanzas’ 3, 7, 11 A verse using flowers should be the subject in 5 and 13.
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