Tanka

tan·ka noun: tanka; plural noun: tanka; plural noun: tankas

a Japanese poem consisting of five lines, the first and third of which have five syllables and the other seven, making 31 syllables in all and giving a complete picture of an event or mood.

Tanka

tan·ka noun: tanka; plural noun: tanka; plural noun: tankas

a Japanese poem consisting of five lines, the first and third of which have five syllables and the other seven, making 31 syllables in all and giving a complete picture of an event or mood.

The Key, an Etheree poem by Walk In Verse
Tanka

Lock And Key

Under lock and key Are the secrets of one’s life Not seen by any; Social media reveals Your secrets without …

Somebody Like You
Tanka

Somebody Like You

Withdrawn and sheltered, Trying to find a true friend; Somebody like you: Loves others wholeheartedly, Asks for nothing in return.

Tanka

Turtles That Are Red

Turtles that are red, Danger to humanity — Reshaped genetics. Predators regenerate From the genetic intake.

Now is Forever
Tanka

Now is Forever

Climb into heaven Or fall into the abyss, Now is forever. Choose your destiny quickly, For life drifts eternally.

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