If you love Nature, the changing Seasons, and life, you will love the tanka form of poetry. Today, in Part 3 of Pennsylvania author and artist, Lynda McKinney Lambert’s blog you can read more Japanese and American tanka. Lynda presents this beautiful form of writing and gives instructions to help you write your own tanka.Continue reading →
Pennsylvania author and artist, Lynda McKinney Lambert, presents Part 2 of How to Write a Tanka.
this is National Poetry Month – Lynda is writing a post every day in April. She posts 1 poem a day from her archives.
In today’s post, she explores some surprising information on writing a tanka.
There are some western poets who do write in the traditional syllabic style, but they are few and far between, and not usually well represented in many of the more established journalsContinue reading →